Dávid studies the complex regulatory networks governing living cells. His main inquiries include the identification of stable motifs and their ability to control both empirical and synthetic regulatory networks, the effects of different types of noise on regulatory systems and their stability, as well as the hierarchical organisation of the decision making processes, more specifically, how can very complicated interactions be responsible for simple, discrete decisions on multiple levels.
Dávid is a physicist by training and had previous collaborations with Babes Bolyai University, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Harvard Medical School, University of Notre Dame and the College of Wooster.
Blog posts by or about Dávid on What's Up at DNDS:
Dynamical Hierarchy and Noise in Biological Regulatory Networks
Switching Behavior and Retail Electricity Market Liberalization
Patterns of Corruption and Collusion in Public Auctions
Principles of Dynamical Modularity in Biological Regulatory Networks
Center Has Strong Presence at Flagship Conference on Networks