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Elena S. Dimitrova



I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences and Faculty Scholar in the School of Health Research at Clemson University. My research involves theoretical development and practical application of algebraic models of biochemical networks. I also work in algebraic design of experiments with the goal of determining the optimal amount and type of experimental data needed for algebraic model construction. The models used in this work are time- and state-discrete dynamical systems, described by polynomial functions over a finite field.



Department of Mathematical Sciences
O-303 Martin Hall
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0975
Phone: 864-656-1524
Fax: 864-656-5230
Email: edimit at clemson . edu





Research Interests
Algebraic design of experiments
Computational algebra
Discrete models of biochemical networks
Gröbner fans of zero-dimensional ideals
Polynomial maps over finite fields
Reverse-engineering methods
Education and Training
2006
2003
2001
Ph.D. in Mathematics (Advisor: Reinhard Laubenbacher)
M.S. in Mathematics
B.A. in Computer Science
Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech
American University in Bulgaria
Blacksburg, Virginia
Blacksburg, Virginia
Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria