Jorge Júlvez

 

Contact Data

 
Associate professor

Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering

University of Zaragoza.

E-mail: julvez [at] unizar [dot] es

Phone: (+34) 976762336

Edificio Ada Byron, despacho D.1.08
María de Luna, 1
50018 Zaragoza
Spain


Teaching

 

Research

 
My research interests are in the areas of dynamic systems and systems biology. More precisely, the focus is on the development of computational methods to model, analyse and optimize the metabolic network of microorganisms such as bacteria and yeast. I am involved in the research project ConBioChem that aims to design continuous processes for the bio-manufacturing of commodity chemicals.

Publication tasting



  • Flexible Nets: A modeling formalism for dynamic systems with uncertain parameters PDF
    J. Júlvez, S. G. Oliver
    Discrete Event Dynamic Systems: Theory and Applications, 2019.

  • Handling variability and incompleteness of biological data by flexible nets: a case study for Wilson disease PDF
    npj Systems Biology and Applications, 2018. J. Júlvez, D. Dikicioglu, S. G. Oliver

  • Modeling, analyzing and controlling hybrid systems by Guarded Flexible Nets PDF
    J. Júlvez, S. G. Oliver
    Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems, 2019.

  • Steady State Analysis of Flexible Nets PDF
    J. Júlvez, S. G. Oliver
    IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2019.

  • A straightforward method to compute average stochastic oscillations from data samples PDF
    BMC Bioinformatics, 2015. J. Júlvez

  • Event-Driven Model Predictive Control of Timed Hybrid Petri Nets PDF
    International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, 2013. J. Júlvez, S. Di Cairano, A. Bemporad, C. Mahulea

Comprehensive list of publications here.



Publications according to Google scholar.



Software tools



  • fnyzer: An open-source Python package for the analysis of Flexible Nets.

  • SimHPN: A Matlab tool for the simulation of hybrid Petri nets.