ITN funding for E-MUSE
AIMMS Researcher Bas Teusink is part of the E-MUSE consortium of microbiologists
06/08/2020 | 3:57 PM
A consortium of microbiologists, systems biologists and computational scientists, which includes AIMMS researcher Bas Teusink, have formed the E-MUSE ITN training network to develop novel methods that combine mechanistic models with machine learning approaches to understand complex biological processes. For this, E-MUSE focusses on cheese making and ripening, a complex fermentation process of major importance to the European food industry that involves multiple agents (enzymes, microbes, consumers), factors (milk composition, salt, temperature) and time scales.
Bas Teusink explains the use of modeling at the 12th iInternational Symposium on Lacic Acid Bacteria (2017)