About me

Wonderful News (Sept 2022): The Algorithmic Cheminformatics group is excited to announce the Doctoral Network (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions) TACsy: Training Alliance for Computational Systems Chemistry. 15 doctorates, coordinated by myself. Positions announced in spring, stay tuned. Twitter

Wonderful News: The Novo Nordisk Foundation will boost our research on Mathematical Modelling of Health and Disease. See the announcement of the foundation here and the SDU announcement here. Our project will be supported by 46.2mio DKK. The project will start 03/2022 and run for six years. We will soon announce several open positions. Feel free to contact me if you already have questions.

My main research area is Algorithmic Cheminformatics. I was on sabbatical leave in 2019, visiting the Fontana Lab at Harvard Medical School. Based on the collaboration we started an exciting and highly interdisciplinary project together with the University of Vienna and the Harvard Medical School funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. For more details about the project see here.

An online version of our algorithmic cheminformatics framework MØD, which has many of our theoretical approaches implemented can be found here. MØD heavily relies on the double pushout approach for graph rewriting. More details can be found via my publication list and on my research page.