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CSE845/MMG 845/IBio 845


BEACON: Multidisciplinary approaches to the study of Evolution


Spring 2024



Dr. Chris Adami 
Dr. Wolfgang Banzhaf

Office: 6160 BPS 

Office: 3267 ENG
E-Mail: adami@msu.edu
E-Mail: banzhafw@msu.edu


Class Info:

Monday, Wednesday 3:00-4:20pm EST

BEACON seminar room in the BPS Building, Suite 1440 (EEB Program) & Zoom link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/93495696588

TAs: Cliff Bohm (cliff.bohm@gmail.com), Illya Bakurov (bakurov1@msu.edu), Vincent Ragusa (vincent.ragusa.94@gmail.com), Aidan Murphy (murph946@msu.edu)


Course Description:

This course provides an introduction to engaging in multi-disciplinary research collaborations involving biologists, computer scientists, and engineers addressing fundamental questions about the dynamics of actively evolving systems (both biological and computational). Students will work on these projects in multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional teams, with guidance to help them develop an understanding of the nature and challenges of such collaborative endeavors and how to overcome discipline-specific language and conceptual issues. Additionally, students will be introduced to fundamental topics in statistical analysis and information theory, as well as given basic pointers on how to give scientific talks and write scientific manuscripts.  Additional Course Details


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