I study problems in biology involving chemical gradients and forces acting on whole cells. These problems typically involve a lot of parameters that are poorly known, so I mostly use Python with Numpy and Scipy to quickly whip up expressive numerical models, Sympy to develop analytical results, and Matplotlib to display my findings. I previously did high-performance computing with Fortran.
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