Muhamet Ibrahimi

In September 2019, I completed a M.Sc. in physics at Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. During my master, I explored emergent patterns in slightly modified classical cellular automaton models, e.g., the Game of Life. In December 2022, I obtained a Ph.D. in biological physics at the University of Aix-Marseille, France. I used active gel theory to study the robustness of biological tissue elongation, a crucial process in animal development.

With keen interests in both animal development and cellular automata, I joined the LANE in August 2023 to study skin colour patterning in various species of reptiles.