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Theory & Algorithms Content for Computer ScienceenSlobodan Mitrovic
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July 29, 2021 - 4:59pmLeon Szetohttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/slobodan-mitrovicVladimir Filkov
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<h5>Data science, software engineering, systems biology, network science, algorithms</h5>
<p>Filkov is a data scientist specializing in producing analytics from large data sets in the areas of empirical software engineering, systems biology of plants, applied network theory and combinatorial algorithms. He co-directs the <a href="https://decallab.cs.ucdavis.edu">DECAL lab</a>, which focuses on evidence-based methods to improve modern software engineering processes. He also works with plant biologists to understand and modify the processes of plant growth using genomic methods.</p>February 21, 2020 - 2:29pmJoseph Menkehttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/vladimir-filkovMatt Franklin
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<h5>Cryptography</h5>
<p>Franklin is interested in how cryptographic protocols and primitives can impact privacy and security in unexpected ways. This could lead to new designs of novel secure systems for voting, payment and other useful functionalities.</p>February 19, 2020 - 8:17amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/matt-franklinRaissa M. D'Souza
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<h5>Network science, complex systems, statistical physics, applied mathematics</h5>
<p>D'Souza uses the tools of statistical physics and applied mathematics to develop mathematical models capturing the interplay between the structure and function of networks, including dynamical processes unfolding on networks. Her focus is on the abrupt onset of large-scale connectivity in networks, network synchronization behaviors and models of cascading failure.</p>February 19, 2020 - 7:47amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/raissa-d-souzaFrancois Gygi
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<h5>Scientific computing, high-performance computing, computational physics, chemistry and materials science</h5>
<p>Gygi's main research activity focuses on the design and implementation of numerical algorithms for applications to first-principles molecular dynamics simulations and electronic structure computations of molecules, liquids and solids. His research group develops and maintains open-source, high-performance simulation software designed for operation on supercomputers.</p>February 19, 2020 - 7:41amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/francois-gygiNina Amenta
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<h5>Computational geometry, computer graphics, visualization</h5>
<p>Amenta is interested in algorithms that use geometry. Much of her work involves collecting, processing and visualizing the three-dimensional shapes of objects. These algorithms are useful in computer graphics and, in higher dimensions, in optimization.</p>February 18, 2020 - 11:46amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/nina-amentaGreg Kuperberg
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<h5>Quantum computing, complexity theory, discrete mathematics</h5>
<p>Kuperberg is interested in finding new quantum algorithms or complexity barriers for candidate problems for quantum and classical algorithms, as well as geometric properties of quantum error correcting codes and quantum entanglement problems. My work has had applications to post-quantum cryptography, which is the effort to find and designate new standards of public key encryption that are resistant to quantum attacks.</p>February 11, 2020 - 8:05amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/greg-kuperbergCharles "Chip" Martel
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<p>Professor Martel's primary interests involve the design and analysis of efficient algorithms, with an emphasis on applications of algorithms. Recent work has focused on algorithms for network analysis and routing, graph algorithms and computer security.</p>February 05, 2020 - 11:12amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/charles-martelPeter Linz
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<p>Professor Linz’s research emphasizes the development of a theory of numerical analysis that can be used in the construction of reliable numerical methods used in the design of problem-solving environments for scientific computing.</p>February 05, 2020 - 11:07amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/peter-linzDan Gusfield
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<p>Dr. Gusfield's primary interests involve the efficiency of algorithms, particularly for problems in combinatorial optimization and graph theory. These algorithms have been applied to study data security, stable matching, network flow, matroid optimization, string/pattern matching problems, molecular sequence analysis and optimization problems in population-scale genomics. Currently, he am focused on string and combinatorial problems that arise in computational biology and bioinformatics. Dr.</p>February 05, 2020 - 10:42amAnonymoushttps://cs.ucdavis.edu/directory/dan-gusfield