Updating the metagenomics toolbox
is a Ph D student in the MIT/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Biological Oceanography.Her work focuses on using high-throughput sequence data to better understanding the nutritional physiology and biogeochemical role of marine phytoplankton.As a postdoc he took on the post of Research Fellow automating disease detection in retinal images at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.Currently he holds the post of Research Software engineer with the National Phenome Centre at Imperial College London.His focus is in the collaborative development of robust, reproducible, and scalable software tools for computational science.
is a Data Scientist at Fino Consulting in NYC, where he applies statistical and machine learning approaches to projects in the education and energy sectors.
Camille is also active in a number of outreach activities and is committed to promoting diversity in STEM fields.
She's been an instructor with Software Carpentry since 2013, and is excited to share programming skills with an increasingly wider audience.
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.
There he tries to fill the gap between physicists and computer science, while managing a couple of HPC Clusters and parallelizing some codes in between.