Elucidating the genetic code
Matthew Aiello-Lammens is an ecologists currently working as a postdoc at the University of Connecticut.His research interests include conservation biology, invasion biology, community ecology, and quantitative ecology.holds a Ph D on Materials Physics and works in the San Sebastian Materials Physics Center – CFM(CSIC-UPV/EHU) as CIO and scientific computing specialist.
He also serves as Ne SI's education and training coordinator organizing/delivering scientific programming workshops across NZ. D in algorithm and data structure at the University of Canterbury.Coming from two backgrounds, computer science and marine biology, she's interested in helping biologists utilize computing power to facilitate their research. in Computer Science (University of Central Florida).is always interested in fascinating projects applyings information technologies and computational methods to business and scientific problems as an academic with 10 years of project management experience in technology and education industry. was first an ecologist wandering midwestern US forests in search of fungi and plants. His main focus is the development of bioinformatical tools to facilitate ecological data analysis.He is interested in how technology can make scientists more efficient, and more productive.Pete Alonzi is a native of Chicago, but now resident in Virginia.
As a postdoc he took on the post of Research Fellow automating disease detection in retinal images at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.