DIMACS Workshop on Detecting and Processing Regularities in High Throughput
June 20 - 22, 2005
DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University
- Laxmi Parida, IBM T J Watson Research, email@example.com
Speakers from five nations meet for a sumptuous Indian dinner:
L to R: Cindy (UK), Prudence (UK), Osman (Turkey), Alberto (Italy),
David (USA), Matteo (Italy), Vlado (USA), Kush (Canada)
The Tuesday Banquet
L to R: Matteo, Rich, Christine, Steffen, Cindy, Prudence
L to R: David, Vlado, Murali, Bud, Michael, Frank, Leszek
L to R: Ajay, Alberto, Ruhong, Gyan, Laxmi, Jason, Katherine
L to R: Cindy, Prudence, Kush, Osman, Enam, Matteo
L to R: David, Vlado, Murali, Bud, Michael, Frank
The food ...
L to R: Gyan, Ruhong, Kush, Christine, Rich
The focus of the evening:
Banquet speaker, Ajay, mesmerizes the well-fed audience with the Genographic Project
Food for the body
A body's hunger satiated before the mind's...
Steffan holds everybody's attention.... until Bud joins the table
Some tables loved the photographer!
Deep scientific ideas foment over lunch....
Sometimes silence speaks volumes....
The cool summer afternoon draws some participants outisde...
Some playful moments...
And at times some caffeine...
Food for thought
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Posing the right question is half the task done: Rich sets the tone
Mathematics of yeast? Rave, Michael
Designing the right experiments for the right data: Cindy
The intricate world of networks & evolution: Osman, Enam
Functional Genomics or Systems Biology? Andrea, Murali
Whole genome comparisons or conversions? Bud, David
The journey from strings to DNA: Alberto, Sudha, Matteo
Speaking of DNA, RNA isn't far behind: Christine, Jason
Speaking of RNA, protein isn't far behind: Julie, Kush
Speaking of proteins, cannot not speak of Blue Gene, can we? Frank reminds us
Gene expressions to cancer diagnosis? David, Gabriela
Can classification techniques cluster disease-patients? Gyan, David
Biologically Meaningful? Steffen ponders the question
that dogs us all.....
Many thanks to the young-scientist volunteer photographers:
Enam, Matteo, Kush