Jean-Loup Faulon is currently a tenured Professor in the Biology Department at the University of Evry Val-d'Essonne in France. He is also the director of the institute of Systems and Synthetic Biology and the course director of the mSSB master program in Systems and Synthetic Biology.
Jean-Loup Faulon obtained his PhD in 1991 in computational chemistry at Ecole des Mines, Paris and a Habilitation in 2007 in theoretical chemistry from the University of Strasbourg. Prior holding a faculty position, from 1995 to 2008, Jean-Loup Faulon was a distinguished scientist at Sandia National Laboratory a US national laboratory. Jean-Loup Faulon's main research interest is the development of computational methods at the interface between chemistry and biology. He is the author of more than 80 peer reviewed publications and book chapters in systems biology, and cheminformatics. Jean-Loup Faulon research is currently being funded by the ANR, the CNRS, and Genopole. In the past he has been the PI or co-PI of a dozen of projects funded by Chevron, Exxon, the US DOE Genome To Life and Math Information and Computer Science Programs, and the US National Institute of Health.