Seminar in Bioinformatics

(2000 Agu. - Oct.)


This Seminar of Bioinformatics at SCAI is based on text Computational Methods in Molecular Biology.


Title

Speaker


  I - Introduction and Tutorial Background

   1. Grand challenges in computational biology

   2. A tutorial introduction to computation for biologists

   3. An introduction to biological sequence analysis



S.W.Chung

S.Y. Kim

I.H. Lee


  II - Learning and Pattern Discovery in Sequence DB

   4. An Introduction to HM models for biological sequences
      ( I , II )

   5. Case-based reasoning driven gene annotation
      ( I , II )

   6. Classification-based molecular sequence analysis
      ( I , II )

   7. Computational gene prediction using
      neural networks and similarity search

   8. Modeling dependencies in pre-mRNA splicing signals
       ( I , II )

   9. Evolutionary approaches to computational
      biology

  10. Decision trees and Markov chains for gene
       finding ( I , II )



S.D.Kim
S.Kim

H.J.Shin
S.Y.Shin

S.D.Kim
J.H.Eom

S.W.Park
D.Y.Cho

H.J.Shin
J.H.Eom

D.Y.Cho

S.Kim
S.W.Park


  III- Protein Structure Modeling and Predictio


  11. Statistical analysis of protein structures

  12. Analysis and algorithms for protein sequence structure
       alignment

  13. THREADER: protein sequence threading by double
       dynamic programming

  14. From computer vision to protein structure and
       association

H.J.Shin