Systems Theory and Automatic Control

Dipl.-Ing. Nadine Rudolph (nee Strobel)


  Ph.D. Student and Research Assistant
  Institute for Automation Engineering (IFAT)
  Laboratory for Systems Theory and Automatic Control
  Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
  39106 Magdeburg - Germany



Phone:

+49-391-6750211

Fax:

+49-391-6711191

Email:

nadine.rudolph@ovgu.de


CV

Education

Aug 2015 - Jun 2016Maternity and parental leave
Since Aug 2013Member of the International Max Planck Research School Magdeburg for Advanced Methods in Process and Systems Engineering
(IMPRS ProEng)
Since Sept 2012PhD Student and Research Assistant in Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Findeisen's group for Systems Theory and Automatic Control at the Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Jul - Dec 2009Integrated study at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim (NTNU) in the Department for Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
Oct 2006 - Sept 2012Study of Biosystems Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Jan - Aug 2006Voluntary worker in Social Services, Höfn (Iceland)

Scholarships

Jul - Dec 2012 Research fellowship, Forschungszentrum Dynamische Systeme - Biosystemtechnik Magdeburg
Jul - Dec 2009 ERASMUS grant

Internship

Oct 2011 - Feb 2012 insilico biotechnology AG, Stuttgart (Germany)

Certificates


Programming Skills/Bioinformatics/Data Science:

Apr 2019 ML0101EN: Machine Learning with Python (edX)
Mar 2019 DAT208x: Introduction to Python for Data Science (edX)
Oct 2018 Introduction to Python (IMPRS ProEng)

Soft Skills:

Jan 2014 Time Management in Doctoral Research (IMPRS ProEng)
Jan 2014 Project Management for Young Scientists (IMPRS ProEng)
Okt 2012 Career Planning (IMPRS ProEng)
Sept 2012 Scientific Writing (IMPRS ProEng)

Others:

Sept 2017 Brandschutzhelferin (Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg)


Summer term 2015 Assistant in Introduction to Systems Theory  
Winter term 2014/15 Assistant in Modeling and Analysis in Systems Biology  
Summer term 2014 Assistant in Introduction to Systems Theory  
Winter term 2013/14 Assistant in Modeling and Analysis in Systems Biology  
Summer term 2013 Assistant in Systems Theory in Systems Biology  
Winter term 2012/13 Assistant in Modeling and Analysis in Systems Biology  



Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)


[9]  H. Reeh, N. Rudolph*, U. Billing, H. Christen, S. Streif, E. Bullinger, M. Schliemann-Bullinger, R. Findeisen, F. Schaper, H. J. Huber, A. Dittrich, A.. Response to IL-6 Trans- and IL-6 Classic Signalling is Determined by the Ratio of the IL-6 Receptor α to gp130 Expression: Fusing Experimental Insights and Dynamic Modelling. Accepted, 2019.
*equivalent co-first authorship

Conference Proceedings (Peer Reviewed)


[8]  M. Naber, F. von Haeseler, N. Rudolph, H. J. Huber and R. Findeisen. Effects of Noisy Biological Data on Picard Iteration-based Parameter Estimation for a Glutamate Excitotoxicity Pathway. Proc. 7th International Conference on Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering (FOSBE), pp. 64-67, Chicago, USA, 2018.
[7]  N. Rudolph, P. Andonov, H. J. Huber and R. Findeisen. Model-Supported Patient Stratification Using Set-Based Estimation Methods. International Symposium on Advanced Control of Chemical Processes (AdChem) , pp. 892-897, Shenyang, China, 2018.
[6]  F. von Haeseler, N. Rudolph, R. Findeisen and H. J. Huber. Parameter Estimation for Signal Transduction Networks From Experimental Time Series Using Picard Iteration. International Symposium on Advanced Control of Chemical Processes (AdChem), pp. 185-190, Shenyang, China, 2018.
[5]  N. Rudolph, S. Streif and R. Findeisen. Set-based Experiment Design for Model Discrimination Using Bilevel Optimization. In Proc. 6th International Conference on Foundations of Systems Biology in Engineering (FOSBE), pp. 295-299, Magdeburg, Germany, October 2016.
[4]  N. Rudolph, T. Meyer, K. Franzen, C. Garbers, S. Streif, F. Schaper, A. Dittrich and R. Findeisen. A Two-level Approach for Fusing Early Signaling Events and Long Term Biological Responses. In International Symposium on Advanced Control of Chemical Processes (AdChem), pp. 1229-1234, Whistler, Canada, June 2015.
[3]  S. Streif, N. Strobel and R. Findeisen. Inner Approximations of Consistent Parameter Sets Via Constraint Inversion and Mixed-integer Linear Programming. In Proc. of the 12th IFAC Symposium on Computer Applications in Biotechnology (CAB), pp. 326-331, Mumbai, India, December 2013.

Miscellaneous


[2]  N. Strobel. Investigation of Interleukin-6 classic- and trans-signaling and therapeutic treatments using set-based model analysis methods. Diploma thesis, Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg, 2012.
[1]  N. Strobel. Untersuchung der Auswirkungen der Lichtverhältnisse auf den Redoxzustand von Ubichinon - Systembiologische Analyse der Elektronentransportkette in Rhodospirillum rubrum. Student research project, Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems Magdeburg, 2010.



[5]  Bianca Lucas (Biosystems Engineering). Quantitative Modellierung der Epo-induzierten Signaltransduktion im JAK2-WT- und JAK2-V617F-System, Student research project 2015/16, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg.
[4]  Daniel Rüdiger (Biosystems Engineering). Mathematical modeling of the Epo-dependent signaling pathways in the development of myeloproliferative neoplasms, Master thesis 2014/15, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg.
[3]  Tina Meyer (Engineering Cybernetics and Systems Theory). Mathematische Modellierung der Interleukin-6 abhängigen Signalwege, Bachelor thesis 2014, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg.
[2]  Daniel Rüdiger (Biosystems Engineering). Student Assistant 2013, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg.
[1]  Marco Albrecht (Biosystems Engineering). Systembiologische Untersuchung der Interleukin-6 Rezeptorassemblierung mittels mengenbasierten Parameterschätzverfahren, Bachelor thesis 2012/13, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg.

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