I am an Associate Professor at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Washington State University in Pullman. I am also a graduate faculty in the Molecular Plant Sciences Graduate Program and a participating faculty in the Center for Integrated Biotechnology at WSU. I received my bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (formerly a Regional Engineering College) in Nagpur, India; and M.S. (Computer Science, 2002) and Ph.D. (Computer Engineering, 2006) from Iowa State University. My research interests include computational biology & bioinformatics, parallel algorithms and applications, and string algorithms, with an overall emphasis on the development and dissemination of high-performance computing solutions for data-intensive problems in computational genomics and proteomics. I am a recipient of the Department of Energy Early Career Research award, and best paper awards at IPDPS and CSB. I am member of ACM, IEEE, IEEE-CS, ISCB and SIAM.
Extramural: NSF, USDA
Intramural: WSU Office of Research, WSU Foundation, School of EECS
News & Updates:
May 15, 2013
Co-chairing a new workshop on "Big Data in Life
Sciences" or "BigLS". Call for participation and more details in
Workshop Date: June 13, 2013 (to be held in conjunction with ICCABS'13)
Workshop Venue: New Orleans, LA
I am currently looking for PhD students highly motivated to work on parallel algorithms and implementation. Background should be in computer science or a closely related field. Please send CV with all pertinent test scores and GPA along with a brief statement of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
The final program for HiCOMB 2011 is now available at http://www.hicomb.org. See everyone at Anchorage, May 16!
The call for papers for HiCOMB 2011 is now available. Please visit http://www.hicomb.org for more details.
Congrats to Hao Lu for receiving the Blue Waters Undergraduate Petascale Research Internship!!
Maize genome sequencing related papers:
Bio-computing is of one of
the three focus areas this time of
SC|09 conference, to be
held in Portland, Nov 14-20.
- read about it here and here
- As part of SC|09, a new workshop will be held this time on Using clouds for parallel computations in systems biology
- Andy Wu will be presenting at the SC|09 Early Adopters Ph.D. Workshop: Building the next generation of application scientists
- Also keep a tab on the SC|09 Education program, agenda.
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