Areas: 1) Algorithms (exact and approximation), 2) Bioinformatics
Summary: Currently we are most interested in APPROXIMATION ALGORITHM design and analysis.
We work on some problems listed in "A compendium of NP optimization problems" and their variants formulated out of multi-omics research and operations research. We are also interested in some aspects of BIOINFORMATICS research such as theoretical computational biology and applications in cheminformatics and omics.
Graduate study applicants interested in join the group are expected to have matching research interests, and ideally refer to some of our past work in the first round of communication.
Introduction to the principles, methods, tools, and practices of the professional programmer. The lectures focus on the fundamental principles of software engineering based on abstract data types and their implementations. The laboratories offer an intensive apprenticeship to the aspiring software developer. Students use C and C++ and software development tools of the Unix environment. Prerequisite: CMPUT 175.Credit cannot be obtained for CMPUT 201 if credit has been obtained for CMPUT 275, except with permission of the DepartmentFall Term 2020