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Eugenia Oshurko

PhD student at the ENS de Lyon (team PLUME, LIP)

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My main research interests include rule-based modelling, knowledge representation, graph rewriting, graph databases as well as computational biology and modelling of complex systems in general.

Research

Journals

  • R. Harmer R., Le Cornec Y., Légaré S. and Oshurko E. (2019), Bio-curation for cellular signalling: the KAMI project. In IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics.

International Conferences

  • Harmer, R., Le Cornec, Y. S., Légaré, S., Oshurko, I. (2017). Bio-Curation for Cellular Signalling: The KAMI Project. In International Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology (pp. 3-19). Springer, Cham.

Pre-prints

  • Bonifati, A., Furniss, P., Green, A., Harmer, R., Oshurko, E., & Voigt, H. (2019). Schema Validation and Evolution for Graph Databases. arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.06427.

Talks & Poster Presentations

  • Poster presentation KAMI: a bio-curation tool for cellular signalling, ICSB, Lyon, November 2018
  • Talk Representation and aggregation of cellular signalling knowledge in KAMI, Meeting of Bioss Working Group in Symbolic Systems Biology, Marseille, July 2018

Theses and Memoires

  • Oshurko I. (2017, June). Graph-based hierarchical knowledge representation (an application to rule-based modelling and bio-curation) [pdf]. Master 2 thesis at the ENS de Lyon.

Software

Teaching

  • Spring 2018-2019, Distributed Systems course, practical sessions for Master 1 students of Fundamental Computer Science, ENS Lyon
  • Spring 2018-2019, Computational Complexity course, problem solving sessions for Master 1 students of Fundamental Computer Science, ENS Lyon
  • Fall 2018-2019, Information Theory course, problem solving sessions for Master 1 students of Fundamental Computer Science, ENS Lyon
  • Spring 2017-2018, Computational Complexity course, problem solving sessions for Master 1 students of Fundamental Computer Science, ENS Lyon
  • Fall 2017-2018, Information Theory course, problem solving sessions for Master 1 students of Fundamental Computer Science, ENS Lyon