Florencio Mazzoldi manages the software development efforts within the Bio/Nano/Programmable Matter Research Group at Autodesk. His areas of expertise include software architecture, cloud technologies, software development process and bionanotechnology.
Since 2000, Florencio has led efforts of increasing size and complexity to deliver software in the financial, health care and human resources industries. In 2011 Florencio ventured into bionanotechnology by joining a team of researchers at Harvard University and Autodesk to deliver Cadnano 2, a DNA Origami CAD application. He joined Autodesk Research in 2012.
Florencio received a M.Sc. in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University in 1999 and a B.Sc. in Systems Analysis from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1995.
Justin Ng, Aaron Berliner, Joe Lachoff, Florencio Mazzoldi, Eli Groban (2016)A Combinatorial Design Workflow for Search and Prioritization in Large-Scale Synthetic Biology Construct Assembly
IJCAI 2016 Conference proceedings:
International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Joseph Schaeffer, Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Cadnano And Protein Data Using A Cloud Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
DNA21 2015 Posters and Short Talks:
21st International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming
Michael Zyracki, Andrew Kimoto, Malte Tinnus, Yann Bertaud, Dion Amago, Florencio Mazzoldi, Merry Wang (2015)3D Visualization Of Molecular Data Using A Cloud-Based Streaming Framework For Web-Based Large Model Viewing
2015 Posters and Short Talks:
The Fifth Symposium on Biological Data Visualization
San Francisco, CA 94111