CPSC 545 Mini-Workshop "Algorithms for Bioinformatics"
|When?||Friday, 21 January 2005, 11:00-14:00|
The technical talks will have a duration of 30min each, and after each talk there will be a 10min discussion period. The closing discussion is intended to involve all participants and will provide the opportunity to discuss general aspects of computational challenges of bioinformatics, weaknesses of present approaches, approaches for future research, etc.
|11:00-11:15||Opening Remarks and Overview|
Iterative Monte Carlo Protein Design
(Camilo Rostoker and Reza Lotun)
An Empirical Study of Two Existing Global Iterative Multiple Sequence Alignment Methods: PRRP and A*-DCA
(Heidi Lam and Ivan Minevskiy)
Applying, Improving and Analyzing Some Heuristics for Binary Codes in Combinatorial DNA Design
(Lyndon Hiew and Siamak Tazari)
|13:30-14:00||Closing Remarks and Discussion|
Organiser / Contact Information
University of British Columbia
Department of Computer Science
2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada