Class activities will be recorded here.

This page has the entire plan for the semester. For weeks in the future, consider it a plan subject to change. For weeks in the past consider it a record of what we have done. As for the current week, keep a watch for updates and changes.

Week 1 : August 24 - August 30
Week 2 : August 31 - September 6
Week 3 : September 7 - September 13
  • Tuesday Lecture: Topic 1: Genome sequencing (Part 3)
    Thursday No class because Christina is away
Week 4 : September 14 - September 20
  • Tuesday Group Quiz: Topic 1
    Thursday Take up group quiz and project discussion
Week 5 : September 21 - September 27
Week 6 : September 28 - October 4
  • Tuesday No class because Christina is away
    Thursday Lecture: Topic 2: Sequence alignment (Part 3)
Week 7 : October 5 - October 11
Week 8 : October 12 - October 18
  • Tuesday Group Quiz: Topics 2 and 3
    Thursday Take up group quiz and project discussion
Week 9 : October 19 - October 25
Week 10 : October 26 - November 1
Week 11 : November 2 - November 8
Week 12 : November 9 - November 15
  • Tuesday Paper presentation 1: Mo: Detection and characterization of novel sequence insertions using next generation sequencing
    Thursday Paper presentation 2: Andres: Hapsember: an assembler for highly polymorphic genomes
Week 13 : November 16 - November 22
  • Tuesday Paper presentation 3: Chris: Paired de Bruijn Graphs: a Novel Approach for Incorporating Mate Pair Information into Genome Assemblers
    Thursday Paper presentation 4: Greg: Manifold de Bruijn graphs
Week 14 : November 23 - November 29
  • Tuesday Fall Break
    Thursday Fall Break
Week 15 : November 30 - December 6
  • Tuesday Paper presentation 5: Sopak: Identifying RNA editing sites using RNA sequencing data alone
    Thursday Paper presentation 6: Gareth: SpliceGrapherXT: From Splice Graphs to Transcripts Using RNA-Seq
Week 16 : December 7 - December 13
  • Tuesday Paper presentation 7: Bahar: Assembly and diploid architecture of an individual human genome via single-molecule technologies
    Thursday Paper presentation 8: Miles: Spectral probabilities and generating functions of tandem mass spectra: a strike against decoy databases