Joel Dokmegang, Ph.D
Mathematical Modelling | Computational Sciences
Peer reviewed articles
Joel Dokmegang, Moi Hoon Yap, Liangxiu, Matteo Cavaliere, Rene Doursat.
Computational modelling unveils how epiblast modelling and positioning rely on trophectoderm morphogenesis during mouse implantation.
Accepted in PLOS One, July 2021. Preprint on BioRxiv.
Joel Dokmegang, Hanh Nguyen, Elena Kardash, Thierry Savy, Matteo Cavaliere, Nadine Peyrieras, Rene Doursat.
Quantification of cell behaviors and computational modelling show that directed cell behaviors drive zebrafish pectoral fin morphogenesis.
Bioinformatics, March 2021.
Simulation of a mouse epiblast (red) remodelling to a Cup under the influence of the trophectoderm (blue). The epiblast also initiates lumenogenesis.
Joel Dokmegang. Computational modelling of embryogenesis driven by empirical evidence from 4D microscopy images. Manchester Metropolitan University, December 2020.
Joel Dokmegang. Conception et Implémentation d’un Système de Gestion des Configurations (CMS) : cas d’Orange Cameroun (French). National Advanced School of Engineering of Yaounde, July 2016.
This thesis describes the work carried out during my end of studies internship at Orange Cameroon. In this work, I explain how, inspired by ITIL (version 3) repository of best practices, I designed and implemented a web application which aimed to serve as a Configuration Management System for the infrastructure and services of Orange Cameroon.
Kwite Kamte Loic. An embedded system for drive testing applied to the assessment of mobile networks QoS (French). National Advanced School of Engineering of Yaounde, July 2019.
This thesis describes the end of studies project by master's student Kwite Kamte Loic. Along with Prof. Edouard Kouamou, I was part of the supervision team. The project was designed and funded by me.