Bioinformatics Research Café on May 15, 2015

Date & Time

The Library organized the fifth Research Café on May 15. The Research Café is a service to provide a series of informal and engaging events for research postgraduate students to get together, network, present their research, exchange ideas across disciplines, and polish presentation skills.

Theme: Bioinformatics

I. Short Talk: Sharing on Doing Interdisciplinary Research
   Speaker: Prof. Edwin Ho Yin CHAN, Associate Professor, School of Life Sciences

Bioinformatics Research Café 生物信息研究茶座

II. Presentations:

  • Local Contact Groups in the 3D Genome Structure
    Xihao HU, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
  • Resolving Pathogen Identification by Optical Mapping – A DNA Pattern-based Approach for Investigating Phylogenetic Relationships at Strain Level
    King Yung LEUNG, Ph.D. Candidate in Biochemistry, School of Life Sciences

Moderator: Prof. Edwin Ho Yin CHAN
Feedback on Presentation Skills: Mr. Pierre Assier, Lecturer, English Team, The Independent Learning Centre

Bioinformatics Research Café 生物信息研究茶座

Time: 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Cafe Area, G/F, University Library

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