PySCeS: The Python Simulator for Cellular SystemsPySCeS

 

 

 

 

About PySCeS (contact the developers, learn more about the PySCeS project)

The PySCeS development team

Brett

Dr Brett G. Olivier   www   email    View Brett Olivier's profile on LinkedIn @Brett_Olivier

Brett started working on PySCeS as part of his PhD and currently leads PySCeS development. He is based in the Systems Bioinformatics group at the VU University Amsterdam investigating the extension of constraint based modelling techniques to ecosystems. Current projects include the development of the SBML Level 3 FBC package for describing constraint based models as well as a new Python based modelling tool PySCeS CBMPy.

 

Prof. Johann M. Rohwer email
Johann is an expert in the field of theoretical biochemistry and the real world application of cellular systems modelling. A dedicated Open Source and Python enthusiast Johann makes important contributions to PySCeS. He is a senior member of the Triple-J Group for Molecular Cell Physiology at Stellenbosch University.

 

Prof. Jan-Hendrik S. Hofmeyr email
Jannie is a leading scientist in the fields of theoretical biology and systems thinking. Developing the first modelling program (MetaMod) that could be used for metabolic control analysis in 1985, he heads and inspires all aspects of the PySCeS project. He is a Python evangelist and is a senior member of the Triple-J Group for Molecular Cell Physiology at Stellenbosch University.

PySCeS is supported by

The South African National Bioinformatics Network nbn logo

 


 

 

   
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