DAN GUSFIELD ALGORITHMS ON STRINGS TREES AND SEQUENCES PDF

Education[ edit ] Gusfield received his undergraduate degree in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley in ,[ citation needed ] his Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of California, Los Angeles UCLA in ,[ citation needed ] and his PhD in Engineering Science from Berkeley in ; [3] his doctoral advisor was Richard Karp. Gusfield was named distinguished professor in , which is the highest campus-wide rank at the University of California at Davis. One of his early major results was in network flow, where he presented a simple technique to convert any network flow algorithm to one that builds a Gomory-Hu tree , using only five added lines of pseudo-code. His first result in computational biology was written in the Yale Technical Report The Steiner-Tree Problem in Phylogeny, which has never been published in a journal. In , he co-organized the Dagstuhl Conference on Molecular Bioinformatics.

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Education[ edit ] Gusfield received his undergraduate degree in computer science at the University of California, Berkeley in ,[ citation needed ] his Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of California, Los Angeles UCLA in ,[ citation needed ] and his PhD in Engineering Science from Berkeley in ; [3] his doctoral advisor was Richard Karp. Gusfield was named distinguished professor in , which is the highest campus-wide rank at the University of California at Davis.

One of his early major results was in network flow, where he presented a simple technique to convert any network flow algorithm to one that builds a Gomory-Hu tree , using only five added lines of pseudo-code.

His first result in computational biology was written in the Yale Technical Report The Steiner-Tree Problem in Phylogeny, which has never been published in a journal.

In , he co-organized the Dagstuhl Conference on Molecular Bioinformatics. He has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Computational Biology since its inception in At the University of California at Davis, he was part of a three-person group that proposed the development of the UC Davis Genomics Center, and served as a member of the Genomics Center Steering Committee — , and helped to build an interdisciplinary community of biologists and computer scientists working together on genomics problems.

He was more recently an invited visiting scientist at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing at UC Berkeley during two of its semester-long programs first on Evolution, and later on Algorithmic Challenges in Genomics. In addition, Gusfield has been the PhD advisor or postdoctoral mentor for many well known computer scientists working in computational biology, including Prof. Paul Horton Tokyo ,[ citation needed ] Prof. John Kececioglu Arizona ,[ citation needed ] Prof.

Yun S. Song UC Berkeley and Univ. Ravi CMU , Prof. Jens Stoye Bielefeld , Prof. Yufeng Wu U. Gusfield is most well known for his book Algorithms on Strings, Trees and Sequences: Computer Science and Computational Biology, [19] which provides a comprehensive presentation of the algorithmic foundations of molecular sequence analysis for computer scientists, and has been cited more than times.

His second book in computational biology is on phylogenetic networks, [20] which are graph-theoretic models of evolution that go beyond the classical tree model, to address biological processes such as hybridization, recombination, and horizontal gene transfer.

Awards and honors[ edit ] Gusfield was named Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE in [21] for contributions to combinatorial optimization and computational biology. In , Gusfield was elected a Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology ISCB [22] for "his notable contributions to computational biology, particularly his algorithmic work on building evolutionary trees, molecular sequence analysis, optimization problems in population genetics, RNA folding, and integer programming in biology.

He was elected an ACM Fellow in

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