School of Informatics | Informatics in Life Sciences and Chemistry
I617 | 26457 | Schnell
Introduces the fundamental notions in genome and proteome informatics
and chemical informatics focus. P: Advanced graduate standing or
consent of instructor. Introduce students to major historical,
contemporary, and emerging theories, methods, techniques,
technologies and applications in the field of Bioinformatics.
Students will explore relevant and influential research, results and
applications. Students will develop an understanding of leading
research approaches and paradigms, and will design an independent
research program in relation to their individual research fields and
personal interests. The course will focus on research approaches in
bioinformatics, emerging technologies in biology and chemistry, and
basic computational techniques.
using on the design and organizing issues in information systems used
in those areas. The course is designed for students with no biology
or chemistry background, but some knowledge in informatics, who want
to learn basic topics in bioinformatics and chemical informatics.