is a computational biophysicist who uses modeling and simulation to understand how proteins move small molecules across the cell membrane. in Biophysics at the University of California, Berkeley and is currently a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.He is one of the core developers of the open source, Weighted Ensemble Simulation Toolkit (WESTPA) and spends most of his days building computational tools and crunching data for the good of science using python. works at the intersection of applied mathematics, software engineering, and application domains as diverse as adaptive optics, semiconductor lithography, and ice-sheet modeling.Matthew Aiello-Lammens is an ecologists currently working as a postdoc at the University of Connecticut.
Coming from two backgrounds, computer science and marine biology, she's interested in helping biologists utilize computing power to facilitate their research. in Computer Science (University of Central Florida).
is always interested in fascinating projects applyings information technologies and computational methods to business and scientific problems as an academic with 10 years of project management experience in technology and education industry. was first an ecologist wandering midwestern US forests in search of fungi and plants. His main focus is the development of bioinformatical tools to facilitate ecological data analysis.
Russell Alleen-Willems holds an MA in applied archaeology and specializes in archiving and disseminating digital archaeological data and information.
He is interested in helping people learn about archaeology, as well as how to use software, including databases, analytical programs, and games, to better analyze, present, share, and interpret archaeology in academia, cultural resource management, and public education.
Previously, he was a postdoc at Tufts University where he performed neuroscience research aimed at better understanding learning and memory using high throughput RNA sequencing.
As someone who had to slowly gain programming skills to understand the large biological data sets generated by his research, he is excited to make the process a bit easier for others. Ph D thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia, Canada. Report 94-8, Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia, Canada.TY - JOURT1 - Bayesian updating in causal probabilistic networks by local computations AU - Jensen, Finn V. This is useful when the two articles are not on the same page - the articles will be remembered between pages.Cite ULike organises scholarly (or academic) papers or literature and provides bibliographic (which means it makes bibliographies) for universities and higher education establishments. People studying for Ph Ds or in postdoctoral (postdoc) positions.is a Ph D student in the MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Biological Oceanography.