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Sven BÖnigk

2020-04-17T16:39:52+01:00

Sven obtained M.Sc in Bioinformatics from Freie Universität Berlin. Currently he is working as a student assistant, while pursuing my Ph.D. with a focus on approximate string matching and applying it for read mapping.

Sven BÖnigk2020-04-17T16:39:52+01:00

Mitra Darvish

2020-04-20T12:38:22+01:00

Mitra Darvish is a PhD student at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Genetics and works on finding cancer motifs in large NGS data sets using probabilistic data structures and compression strategies. She obtained her Bachelor of Science and her Master of Science in Bioinformatics from the Freie Universität Berlin, but she also spent parts [...]

Mitra Darvish2020-04-20T12:38:22+01:00

Lydia Buntrock

2020-04-17T11:52:27+01:00

Lydia is working on algorithms to find and classify structural variations of DNA. Funded by the BMBF, she is doing her PhD at the Free University of Berlin. She is curious about mathematics and its connection to nature. Website: www.irallia.de

Lydia Buntrock2020-04-17T11:52:27+01:00

Jörg Winkler

2020-04-17T11:55:48+01:00

Jörg Winkler works on algorithms for finding RNA sequence-structure motifs. As a Ph.D. candidate at the IMPRS-CBSC he is connected with Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics as well as Freie Universität Berlin. He holds a M.Sc. degree in Bioinformatics from University of Hamburg and he is generally interested in nature and sustainability.

Jörg Winkler2020-04-17T11:55:48+01:00

Jongkyu Kim

2016-08-19T16:22:26+01:00

Jongkyu Kim is a Ph.D. student at International Max Planck Research School for Computational Biology and Scientific Computing (IMPRS-CBSC). His main interests are efficient algorithms for biomedical data analysis using high-performance computing. He was a software engineer at Samsung Electronics where he contributed to GPU-based computer vision systems for semiconductor inspection. He got M.S. from [...]

Jongkyu Kim2016-08-19T16:22:26+01:00