Katharina Nöh is the Head of Team Modeling of Biochemical Networks and Cells in the IBG-1: Biotechnology at Research Centre Jülich. Her research objective is to develop and advance computational approaches to understand and infer biological processes by means of network models and data. To this end, Katharina is working at the intersection of applied mathematics, statistics and computational engineering science. Katharina’s team has a strong focus on 13C Metabolic Flux Analysis, maintaining the high-performance simulation suite 13CFLUX2 for the community, and information visualization (leading to the spinoff Omix Visualization). Katharina is also working towards reliable analysis of live-cell imaging data from microfluidic singe-cell cultivations. She earned a PhD in Mathematics at Siegen University.
Head of Team Modeling of Biochemical Networks and Cells
Institute of Bio- and Geosciences 1: Biotechnology, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH