William Grundy

Courses Taught

Profile

Technological advances in the second half of the twentieth century have been dominated by two fields: computer science and computational molecular biology. The genome sequence projects currently underway represent the first major convergence of these two fields and have led to the birth of a new subdiscipline, bioinformatics. Twenty-four completed genomes are publicly available on the web as of October, 1999. In the post-genomic era, when complete genomes are known for many species and even for many individual organisms within a species, the volume of sequence data available will require increasingly sophisticated computational analyses. I come to bioinformatics from the field of artificial intelligence.

Education

BS in Symbolic Systems, Stanford University, MS in Computer Science, UC San Diego, PhD Computer Science UC San Diego

Contact Information

bgrundy@cs.columbia.edu

http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~bgrundy/

CUNIX ID: wg78