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Roland Dries received his engineering degree in Biochemistry from the University of applied sciences in Utrecht (NL), his M.Sc. degree in Biology (Evolutionary Genetics: Simulations) at the Utrecht University (NL) and his M.Sc. Degree in Computational Science (Physics-based Biological Simulations) at the University of Amsterdam (NL). He has worked over 12 years as scientific support at the Dutch institute for Atom and Molecule Physics, where he maintained and serviced a biochemistry lab and microscopy systems, and at the Delft University of Technology, in the department of Applied Physics, section Bionanoscience. In 2013 he joined the Computational Science Lab at the University of Amsterdam, to work on the Swarm-Organ project.
N. Javaheri, R. Dries, A. Burson, L. J. Stal, P. M. A. Sloot & J. A. Kaandorp, “Temperature affects the silicate morphology in a diatom”, Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 11652, doi:10.1038/srep11652 . June 2015
N. Javaheri, R. Dries & J. Kaandorp (2014), “Understanding the Sub-Cellular Dynamics of Silicon Transportation and Synthesis in Diatoms Using Population-Level Data and Computational Optimization.”, PLoS Computational Biology, 10 (6):e1003687. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003687 .
N. Taberner, G. Weber, C. You, R. Dries, J. Piehler, M. Dogterom, “Reconstituting functional microtubule-barrier interactions.”, Methods Cell Biol. 2014;120:69-90. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-417136-7.00005-7. January 2014
J.U. Hammel, L. Möckel, H. Jahn, R. Dries, J. Herzen, F. Wilde, F. Beckmann, Chia-Miin Chua, F. Jansson, P. Konglerd, M. Nickel and J.A. Kaandorp, “Effects of ocean acidification on calcifying organisms”, Annual Report 2013, Proton Science DESY – Research Center (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron)
J.A. Kaandorp, D. Botman, C. Tamulonis & R. Dries . “Multi-scale modeling of gene regulation of morphogenesis.”, In S.B. Cooper, A. Dawar & B. Löwe (Eds.), How the world computes: Turing centenary conference and 8th conference on computability in Europe, CiE 2012, Cambridge, UK, June 18-23, 2012: proceedings Vol. 7318. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 355-362). Heidelberg: Springer.