Vittorio Bartoli

Ph.D. Student

v.bartoli@bristol.ac.uk

Education:
M.Eng. Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology, University of Manchester, 2014

Twitter: @vittoroli

GitHub: VittorioBartoli

Interests: synthetic biology, genetic circuits, industrial biotechnology, microfluidics, chemical engineering, bioinformatics, deep learning

I aim to apply engineering principles to better design living systems for use as biochemical factories. If designed right these cellular factories could convert waste into valuable products in a way that is both environmentally and economically sustainable. My research is highly inter-disciplinary, combining existing technologies from different fields to accelerate innovations in synthetic biology into real world applications.

Publications

2018

Automated visualization of genetic designs using DNAplotlib
Bartoli V., Dixon D.O.R., Gorochowski T.E.
In: Braman J. (eds) Synthetic Biology. Methods in Molecular Biology 1772, Humana Press, New York, NY, 2018.

Talks and Poster Presentations

  • Tuneable Genetic Circuits, Synthetic Biology meets Robotics, Bristol Aquarium, Bristol, UK (Mar 2017)
  • Tuneable Genetic Sensors and Logic Gates, SynBioCDT Summer School, University of Oxford, UK (Jun 2017)
  • Tuneable Genetic Sensors and Logic Gates, BrisSynBio-MaxSynBio Bilateral Workshop, University of Bristol, UK (Apr 2017)
  • Tuneable Genetic Sensors, BrisSynBio Annual Conference, University of Bristol, UK (Sep 2017)
  • Tuneable Genetic Sensors, IChemE Biochemcial Engineering Special Interest Group Young Researchers Meeting, University College London, UK (Sep 2017)