This series of lunchtime seminars brings together researchers with intersecting interests in scientific computation. It is intended for faculty and research students desiring interdisciplinary collaboration. There will be presentations followed by discussion.
The first seminar provides an introduction to the Center for Interdisciplinary Scientific Computation (CISC) and the seed grants for scientific computation. Then, chemistry assistant professor David Minh will speak on:
Algorithms for computational biochemistry and data analysis.
Towards the goal of predicting how small molecules interact with proteins, his group works on stochastic sampling algorithms, statistical estimators, and computational biochemistry software. To a lesser extent, he is also working on Bayesian methods to analyze complementary laboratory experiments.
To attend, please RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/QOs8DN3vu1OM7b0v2 by noon on Monday, September 25. Lunch is provided.