Ole Schulz-Trieglaff

Free University Berlin
Max Planck Research School for Computational Biology
Department of Computer Science and Mathematics
Takustraße 9
D - 14195 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 838 75137

I moved to Cambridge, UK, and I work now for Illumina.

I graduated with a PhD in Computer Science and Mathematics. The title of my thesis was Computational methods for Quantitative Peptide Mass Spectrometry.

A pdf is available here.

From October 2005 - November 2008, I was a PhD candidate in the research group for Algorithmic Bioinformatics at the Free University Berlin.

Knut Reinert was my PhD advisor. My research was funded by a scholarship of the Max Planck Research School for Computational Biology (IMPRS-CBSC)
and a BMBF (German Federal Ministry for Education and Research) grant. I was affiliated to the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Genetics.

Short CV

  • Since November 2008: Research Scientist in the Bioinformatics Group at Illumina UK.

  • 2005 - 2008 : PhD Student in Computer Science (Max Planck Graduate School Berlin)

  • 2005 : M.Sc. in Informatics (University of Edinburgh, UK)

  • 2004 : B.Sc. in Bioinformatics (Free University Berlin)

Research Interests

My research interests are (Bio-)informatics and Applied Mathematics. I am interested in applied Bioinformatics projects aiming at deeper biological insight but also in the development of new computational methods and algorithms.

My PhD project deals with the computational analysis of high-throughput biological data, especially from mass spectrometry data.

Other activities / Research Experience

  • Co-developer of OpenMS, a software framework for computational mass spectrometry

  • Organising committee of BioSysBio 2008 at Imperial College, London, UK (as well BioSysBio 2007, ISMB Student Council Meeting 2007).

  • Research stay at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne Australia (2007), Terry Speed Lab

  • Undergraduate research project at the Center of Molecular Evolution, University of Uppsala, Sweden (2003)

Peer-reviewed Publications

Click here


Simulating LC-MS experiments

OpenMS - a software library for computational proteomics

The extended Petri Net Kernel (PNK 2e) - M.Sc. dissertation (pdf) at the University of Edinburgh (not longer maintained)

Probe Selection and Design Computation for Oligonucleotide Microarrays Undergraduate thesis at the Free University Berlin, 2004

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