6-9 March 2017
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Location: UCSD/SDSC
Date: 7 Mar 13:30 - 3:30 PM


  • (Remote:https://IU.zoom.us/j/376841850)
    • Dr. Desinghu, Bala (Scientific Computing Consultant)

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t is well known that exosomes play an important role in cell-to-cell communication by transferring all types of molecules from donor cells to recipient cells. The objective of this study was to assess the microbial mRNA cargos in exosomes of one type of body fluids. To identify the possible microbial species in the samples, we conducted a large-scale metagenomic analysis by using the Open Science ... More
Presented by Jiang SHU on 7/3/2017 at 22:50
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Presented by Prof. Fernando LUCO on 7/3/2017 at 21:30
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In previous work (Physical Review E 89, 022725 (2014)), a Kauffman-like model for prebiotic evolution was used to explore the effects of requiring that the final steady states generated be out of chemical equilibrium. That constraint, consistent with intuitive ideas of the meaning of 'lifelike', had a significant impact on the probability of the appearance of lifelike states in the model. The m ... More
Presented by Dr. Ben INTOY on 7/3/2017 at 22:10
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Lossy source coding is an efficient data compression technique that aims to minimize the distortion in the reconstructed sequence. Our research involves the investigation of the distortion performance of state-of-the art protograph-based SC-LDGM codes. We show that performance close to Shannon's optimal rate-distortion limits can be achieved with an efficient windowed encoding (WE) algorithm that ... More
Presented by Mr. Ahmad GOLMOHAMMADI on 7/3/2017 at 21:50
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Presented by Mats RYNGE on 7/3/2017 at 23:10
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https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1s5n-ObLv5In3lVpqUJoUqO7RZDEMf5WjXzYmJJGdraA/edit?usp=sharing As data collection systems are augmented, more individual labs require high-throughput computing in order to process all of their data. In these labs, researchers are continuously developing their own analytics methods in scripting languages. These facts are especially true in the neuroscience com ... More
Presented by Mr. Scott COLE on 7/3/2017 at 22:30
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