I am a researcher in the Computational Biology Group affiliated with the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics . I work mainly in computational biology and biological data analysis, using tools from statistics, machine learning, computational modeling and computer vision. My main scientific interest lies in understanding principles of self-organization, that is how global order and structure can emerge from local random interactions.
I also teach computer science and maths at the high school and university levels and do some consulting and data analysis for the private sector (see here).
You can reach me at micha.hersch at unil.ch