UNH Speakers Bureau

What happens when biologists work with computer scientists? Bioinformatics!


Program Description:

This talk explores the exciting new world of bioinformatics in which biologists and computer scientists collaborate to address some of the most important research problems of the 21st century. The presentation focuses on applying computer science technology to genomics, the study of the nature and functionality of DNA.


Dan Bergeron

Dr. Bergeron received his Sc.B. (1966) in Applied Mathematics and Ph.D.(1973) in Computer Science from Brown University and became a faculty member at the University of New Hampshire in 1974. He was founding Editor-in-Chief of the "ACM Transactions on Graphics" and is currently on the editorial board of "Computers and Graphics". His teaching and research interests are in scientific visualization, computer graphics, parallel algorithms, user interfaces and software engineering.

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