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Dr Claudio Angione

Claudio Angione

About Claudio Angione

Dr Claudio Angione joined Teesside University in 2015 as a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science. 

Before joining Teesside, he worked at Microsoft Research in Cambridge and as a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge.

Claudio holds a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, UK, with a thesis titled "Computational methods for multi-omic models of cell metabolism and their importance for theoretical computer science"

He previously obtained a Degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Catania, Italy. He also obtained a Higher Education Diploma from the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Catania, Italy. 

His research interests are at the intersection of computer science, mathematics and biology. They include systems biology of genome-scale models, cancer metabolism, machine learning, multi-objective optimisation, computation with molecular Turing machines, and statistical-physical approaches in satisfiability problems. 

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Research interests and activities

  • Multi-omic models of cell metabolism
  • Cancer metabolism
  • Systems biology of genome-scale models
  • Machine learning and multi-objective optimization
  • Living organisms as Turing machines
  • Statistical-physical approaches in satisfiability problems


A full list of my publications can be viewed here:
Full publication list
Google Scholar profile

View Claudio Angione's Publications on TeesRep

In the news

  • Machine learning may boost protein production for better pharmaceuticals (web), 22/12/2017
    Senior Lecturer, Claudio Angione talks about how machine learnign may boost protein production.

  • TeleWare and Teesside University team-up to develop data knowledge
    Networking Plus, 1/1/2017:Comms Dealer (Web) 13/02/2017
    TeleWare has announced a collaboration with Teesside University to share knowledge and further drive innovation through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership.

  • Lecturer's research bags top award
    Evening Gazette, 11/08/2016
    Dr Claudio Angione has been awarded the best project in the physical and engineering sciences category at the Italy Made Me awards.