Roman Bauer, PhD

About me

I am a Senior Lecturer in Computational Biology at the University of Surrey. After studying my basis year in Physics at ETH Zurich (Switzerland), I continued in Computational Science and Engineering (“Rechnergestuetzte Wissenschaften”) also at ETH Zurich. I then followed up with a PhD in Neuroinformatics, where I studied how neuronal networks develop and self-organise.

I then made the life decision to go abroad and worked as a Postdoc and Research Fellow at Newcastle University (UK). In 2020, I moved to the University of Surrey to take up an assistant professorship position at the Department of Computer Science.

Currently I am a Senior Lecturer and lead an interdisciplinary research lab named “COputational Modelling of Biological sYstems and engineering” (COMBYNE) at the Department of Science at the University of Surrey.