This site represents just a small selection of my work and interests.
I obtained my PhD summa cum laude, from the ENS in July 2014, and moved to Berlin in December of that year. Since moving to Berlin I have been working at the Technical University (TU Berlin) and also teaching courses at the Bernstein center for computational neuroscience, in Berlin. I also work extensively with experimentalists at the Humboldt University.
Outside of computational neuroscience I have been involved in establishing a regular meet-up for the Julia programming language, in Berlin. And I have joined the data science and start-up scene here (eg. my PyData Berlin 2016 talk is on youtube).
See my professional profile on Linked-In.
Coming soon I want to add sections about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Immunology, Autoimmune diseases, Human-Helminth interactions and human health modelling. Also, only 15 years too late, I think it's finally time to jump on the blog bandwagon. I finally have opinions that I consider worth sharing and the confidence to do so.
A note about the domain name: Uiginn is Gaelic for viking and also for my surname.