Category: 2006 WS Online Lectures

Beyond building the resourceome: WorldWide-Workflow and bio-e-manufacturing – Tan Tin Wee

Tin Wee Tan is an Associate Professor of biochemistry at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. He was founding Director of NUS’s Bioinformatics Centre, the Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network, founding signatory to the … Read more

e-Research: changing our lives forever? – Ah Chung Tsoi

Ah Chung Tsoi is foundation Director of the e-Research Centre at Monash University, and Chair of the Management Board of the DART e-research project. Before joining Monash, Ah Chung was Executive Director for Mathematics, Information and Communications Sciences at the … Read more

Hybridisation networks – Charles Semple

Charles Semple is a Senior Lecturer in mathematics and statistics at University of Canterbury, New Zealand. His research interests include discrete mathematics, matroids (combinatorial geometries), and the mathematical foundations of modern phylogenetics. Download

Exploratory analysis of phylogenetic data using splits-graphs – Barbara Holland

Barbara Holland is a Research Associate at the Allan Wilson Centre at Massey University, NZ. Her current work involves the development of methods, such as consensus networks, to display conflicting signals in phylogenetic data caused for example by hybridisation or … Read more