My name is Carole Knibbe. I am an Associate Professor in Computational Biology at Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France. I build mathematical and computational models of biological systems, with applications in molecular evolution, and, more recently, in lipid metabolism. I am a member of the LIRIS laboratory and of the Inria Beagle team.
I am involved in the Master program in Bioinformatics, and in the Bachelor and Master programs in Computer Science. I teach imperative programming, object-oriented programming, web programming, scientific methods for computer scientists, and bio-inspired computing.
On my free time, I write a blog on evidence-based information for parents.
INRIA Antenne Lyon la Doua
56, Boulevard Niels Bohr
You can get there with the T1 tramway line, stop at IUT-Feyssine and walk to the CEI-2 building. Here is a map.
Université C. Bernard Lyon 1
LIRIS / Dept. Informatique
43 bd du 11 novembre 1918
69622 Villeurbanne cedex
You can get there with the T1 tramway line, stop at Université Lyon 1 and walk to the Nautibus building. Here is a map.