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FUGE Bioinformatics technology platform
I have a dr.scient degree (PhD) in informatics
(information on thesis
from the Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway.
Currently I work at the same department as professor in
and as the head of the Computational Biology Unit (CBU).
I'm also a co-founder of the company MolMine AS.
My research is focused on development of methods for the automatic discovery of regularities
in molecular biology data, and I have contributed to development of methods for analysis
of nucleotide and protein sequences, protein structures, and microarray gene expression data.
I made a tool Pratt that can be used
to identify patterns conserved in unaligned protein sequences, the tool SPratt for discovery of patterns recurring in protein three-dimensional structures, and I have also been central in the development of the tool J-Express for the processing and analysis of microarray gene expression data (see MolMine for more information).
More on patterns and biosequences.
some people I've been working with.
I am also interested in algorithms, learning and pattern recognition.
Teaching: Autumn 2007 I teach Inf280 Searching and machine learning (home page) and contribute to mol204 (MBI, UiB).
Department of Informatics and
Computational Biology Unit, Bergen Centre for Computational Science
University of Bergen
phone: +47 55 58 47 13
fax: +47 55 58 41 99
office: room 5103, "datablock" HiB