About me

Currently I am at the end of my Ph.D in Mathematics at the university of Heidelberg in the CBS Group of Franziska Matthaeus: the title of the thesis is Hereditary Stochastic Hybrid Systems. Application to E.coli Movement. During this period of time I have sharpen my ability as a C++ programmer: part of the project, in fact, has been focus on the development of a cross platform software - EcoliSimulator - for the simulation, analysis and visualization of bacterial movement, with specific attention to structure, extendibility and high performance by using parallel computing.
I have been playing the piano since I was 15 years old, attended the music school Liceo Bellini in Tradate, Italy, taken exams at the conservatory and playing in bars, bands and orchestras.
I am married with Zhanna and we have a daughter born in September 2015. I currently live in Mannheim Germany, but originally come from Italy, in the vicinity of Milano and I have been living 7 month in Gotheborg, Sweden.

Contact Details

Stefano Belloni
University of Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 267
69120 Heidelberg
Tel. +49 (0)6221 54 51246
stefano.belloni@bioquant.uni-heidelberg.de

Education

Mathematics

  • Currently: Ph.D in Mathematics - University of Heidelberg, Germany Till now
  • Master of Mathematics (110/110) - University of Milan, Italy July 2011
  • Bachelor of Mathematics (110/110 e Lode) - University of Milan, Italy December 2009
  • I attended the University of Milan at the faculty of Mathematics. I specialized myself in Stochastic Calculus and probability, with application in Finance and Biology under the guide of professor Vincenzo Capasso, with whom I wrote both my thesis.
    During my schoolings I started programming first in C and moved afterwords to C++ and Object oriented programming. Currently I am at the end of my Ph.D in Mathematics at the university of Heidelberg in the CBS Group of Franziska Matthaeus: the title of the thesis is Hereditary Stochastic Hybrid Systems. Application to E.coli Movement.

    Music

  • Degree in Harmony September 2009
  • Degree in Music history September 2009
  • Degree in Lower level Piano Exam September 2007
  • Degree in Music Theory, Solfeggio and musical dictate July 2006
  • I attend the music school Liceo Bellini under the guide of Maestro Stefano Zecconello. I taken various exams at the conservatory and played in bars, bands and orchestras. During my staying in Germany I have been playing regularly for over a year at the Chocolaterie - CafĂ© YilliY Heidelberg

    skills

    You will find me to be a positive, creative, motivated, highly analytical thinker and productive worker with a solid work ethic who is keen to learn and contribute. My technical skills are combined with excellent communication skills that allow me to work effectively and positively and get along well with others to find innovative, creative and competent solutions to practical and theoretical problems.
    During my schoolings and in my spare time I have started interesting me for informatics and programming. i have been mostly writing in c++: both command line programs and GUI applications (using the qt framework).

    • C++
    • Java
    • Android
    • Mysql
    • MATLAB




    EcoliSimulator

    Program developed during my Ph.D at the Heidelberg University. It is a command-line based simulator of different models for E. coli, which produces graphical, numerical and Statistical analysis of the result obtained. The program has more then 15000 lines of code.
    You can have a look at the source code or at the documentation online.
    Here a small video to show how the program works and what kind of results, plots and video it produces.
    The installation is very easy with the help of make or cmake. Via the Makefile it is possible to install the external programs required by EcoliSimulator.

    I am currently developing the GUI version of the program with the help of Qt. It is not complete but might be a useful if you would like to see which features and parameters the user can modify.

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