Gunawan, Rudiyanto, Prof. Dr.
Rudiyanto Gunawan’s research lies at the interface between biology and systems engineering. His aim is to create enabling systems theories and methods for generating insights, understanding and knowledge for chemical, biological and medical applications. To this end, the group is interested in the development of algorithms and computational tools to build models of biological and chemical systems from data and analyze their systems properties, such as robustness and fragility. There are three specific areas the group is involved in:
(1) the development of model-building and identification methodologies, including model identifiability analysis and parameter estimation,
(2) the development of systems analyses, in particular sensitivity analyses, to understand system dynamics and
(3) the modeling and analysis of mitochondria physiology, specifically in cell death and cellular ageing.
Rudiyanto Gunawan has been an Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Systems Engineering in the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences since 2011.
He was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 1976.
He obtained a BSc in chemical engineering and mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1998 and an MSc from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2000.
In 2003 Rudiyanto Gunawan completed a PhD in chemical engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
|2008||Best Theory/Methodology Paper 2005-2008 from the Journal of Process Control|
|2006||Best Paper Award from the Journal "Computers and Chemical Engineering"|
Professor Gunawan holds a patent.
Spring Semester 2017