CompuStat

The mission of Compustat Group is to foster interactions and promote collaborations between faculty and students in the Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Scientific Computing, Biological Science, Chemistry, and College of Medicine at FSU, and to establish a free flowing graduate program to sustain such collaborations.

Biomedical research in the 21st century will require biologists trained in the analysis and interpretation of complex data. Mathematicians and computer scientists wishing to apply their knowledge to the study of living systems will require an understanding of biological mechanisms. The sheer size of the data sets being generated in the biological sciences has dramatically changed the way biological research is being done. Moreover, integration of data from systems previously studied in isolation is a central goal of future research. Finally, it is our belief that FSU has tremendous untapped potential, having both skilled computer scientists and mathematicians with the desire to apply their skills to biomedical research, as well as biomedical scientists with large data sets in need of computational assistance.

COMPUSTAT SEMINAR SCHEDULE - Spring 2011

KING BUILDING ROOM 2057 MONDAYS 2:30-3:30

Monday     January 10 Justin Fincher
Monday     January 17 MLK Jr. Day (no seminar)
Monday     January 24 Susan Boerner
Monday     January 31 David Gaitros
Monday     February 21 Xiuwen Liu



PREVIOUS SEMINARS
COMPUSTAT SEMINAR SCHEDULE - Fall 2010

KING BUILDING ROOM 2057 MONDAYS 2:30-3:30

Monday October 4 Seminar Scott Stagg
Monday October 11 Seminar Xiuwen Liu
Monday October 18 Seminar Ken Taylor
Monday October 25 Seminar Jim Wilgenbusch
Monday November 1 Seminar Ming Ye
Monday November 8 Seminar Alan Lemmon
Monday November 15 Seminar Tyrone Ryba
Monday November 22 Seminar Peter Beerli
Monday November 29 Seminar Eric Triplett