Machine Learning for Multiscale Analysis of Biomedical Data

Alejandro Anderson

Postdoctoral Fellow

Short Bio

Alejandro Anderson was born in Corrientes, Argentina, in 1986. He received his degree in Applied Mathematics from the National University of Littoral (Argentine) in 2013, and the Ph.D. degree in Signal, Control and Systems, with full marks and honors (summa cum laude), from the National University of Littoral (Argentine) in 2018.

He visited the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany (in October 2019) as a guest researcher, and the Department of Automatisation of the IMT Nord Europe, University of Lille, France, (from September 2021 to November 2022), for a postdoc stay. He is Researcher at the Argentine National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET). He is author and co-author of more than 20 publications including book chapters, journal papers, and conference papers. His research interests include Model Predictive Control, Set-Control Theory, Hybrid Systems, and Stability and Control  of Biomedical Applications.

Since April 2023, he is a member of the group of Systems Medicine of Infectious Diseases at the University of Idaho.

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