Time: Thursday 6:00pm-8:45pm
Location: DH503 2/7/13 and subsequently (except if notified otherwise)
This is a special topics course that includes elements of a workshop and seminar. Emphasis will be on providing students the background and practical experience with relevant computational/theoretical methods that allow independent inquiry. The course also delves into the underlying theory for a range of bioinformatics applications, including sequence searching, molecular modeling and arrays. But as a graduate class in Chemical Engineering, this includes approaches to large-scale data analysis. The course is built around the examination of key references as well as presentations of cutting-edge research methods and results from SJSU and associated faculty. In addition multi-disciplinary groups will consult the most current literature in order to develop a coordinated set of review/grant proposals that will include some preliminary results and/or specific methods. Individual interaction, including feedback from the instructors, is also emphasized.
See D2L, please.
- Greensheet (includes Tentative Schedule S13) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec1 (session 1) [DOC]
- Lec2B (session 2) [DOC]
- Lec3 (session 3) [DOC]
- Lec4 (session 4) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec5 (session 5) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec6 (session 6) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec8 (session 8) [DOC]
- Updated Lec9 (session 9) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec10 (session 10) [DOC]
- Lec11 (session 11) [DOC]
- Suppl. Lec12 (session 12) [DOC]