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  • August 2, 2018 - The PIs met with the research team of the International Goat Research Center to discuss collaborations on August 2, 2018.


  • Ms. Shanta Chowdhury supervised by Dr. X. Li, Co-PI of the NSF-RISE project, received her MS degree in May 2018, and continue to pursue her PhD degree at PVAMU

  • Dr. Prachee Chaturvedi, Project Lead from Monsanto Company was invited to give a talk titled ˇ°How Big Data and Analytics is Changing Agriculture?ˇ± at PVAMU on May 15, 2018
  • Dr. X. Li, Co-PI of the NSF-RISE project, serve as TPC of The Fifth International Workshop on Computational Network Biology: Modeling, Analysis, and Control (CNB-MAC 2018).
  • The PIs and graduate research assistants participated the Illumina NextSeq 550 Training by Imani Bethel, Field Applications Scientist, illumina, Inc., on April 5-6 (Thursday-Friday), 2018.
  • Ms. Shanta Chowdhury received NSF Travel Award to IEEE ICIBM 2018 to present her paper titled ˇ°A Multitask bi-directional RNN Model for Named Entity Recognition on Electronic Medical Recordsˇ±, in Los Angeles, CA, 2018.
  • One of the Research Assistants, Ms. Shanta Chowdhury received "2018 Outstanding MS Student of the Year" in the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering at Prairie View A&M University in 2018.
  • Dr. S. Kim, Co-PI of the NSF-RISE project, delivered a talk titled "GPU-accelerated differential dependency network analysis" at The 26th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-based Processing (PDP 2018) in Cambridge, UK, on Mar 21-23, 2018.
  • Dr. Qian, PI of the NSF-RISE project, visited Tuskegee University to discuss collaborations and recruit students on 3/25/2018-3/27/2018.
  • Dr. X. Li, Co-PI of the NSF-RISE project, created and taught a new course, ELEG 6913-P21 "Modeling in Computational Systems Biology" in Spring 2018 semester.
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