- Associate Professor of Computer Science @ School of Informatics and Computing,Indiana University, Bloomington
- Android Tablet OS Projects
- Nephew Laboratory @ School of Medicine, Indiana University, Blooomington
- AGEP Faculty
- H212, MW, 11:15a-12:30p, LH008, R lab 04:40am-06:35p WY125
- 12 IS Android Tablet Projects, T, 06:30p-08:00p, LH008
- 4 IS (Graduate)
Current PhD and Masters students Former PhD students
- James Costello is at the University of Colorado, Denver. His current research: Today, we have the ability to measure the transcriptional activity of genes, identify mutations, and quantify the protein and metabolite content of our cells. All of these measurements can be made at the genome-level. These data present the potential to greatly improve our ability to characterize and treat disease; however, the rate of data production is far outpacing our ability to analyze, interpret, and ultimately build predictive tools in medicine. My lab takes a complementary dry and wet lab approach to close the gap between raw data and biological understanding. Our dry lab research focuses on developing and implementing computational tools that distill this large pool of genome-scale data into actionable hypothesis. Our wet lab research brings the computational modeling to the bench where we aim to characterize the genomic components that contribute to drug mode of action in cancer biology.
- Scott Beason is working on Electronic Health Records. He has had extensive experience working at Microsoft, Price Waterhouse, and several start-up companies. He is also interested in large software projects in C#
- Chingqing (Andy) Lin is working on discovery in chemical and systems biology (Indigene) networks. He is currently on hiatus working for Oracle right now and making bank
Jonathan A. Silva, Elaine R. Faria, Rodrigo C. Barros, Eduardo R. Hruschka, André C. P. L. F. de Carvalho, and João Gama. 2013. Data stream clustering: A survey. ACM Comput. Surv. 46, 1, Article 13 (July 2013)
In H212 we began reviewing logic and wrote C++ for the material implication operator. We reviewed Syllogistic arguments, A,E,I,O, and created an algorithm that establishes whether an argument is valid or not. The algorithm iterates over the subject and predicates using the two premises to remove possible valuations. The conclusion is the iterated over the remaining truths--stopping if an invalid truth is found. I'll show this tomorrow.
Received a card from Fuxio Xin and Yong Li -- they're in the Bay. - (edited January 22, 2014, 3:41 PM)
In the talk I promised that I would post whether I'd be giving a seminar on how to study--so visit this page to find out.
I have a policy committee meeting tomorrow with the Dean.
The details of the Golfing tournament my niece is playing in Thursday, June 23
My niece is quite the golfer--first place in her age group this week in the Girls PGA
By next week I will have submitted two small NIH grants with Dr. Brown from the UV Medical School.
With several other authors, I've submitted a paper to ICDM
The word of the day is pullulate--which effloresce in a sence--copiousness--increase quickly. It's a good word. This is from dictionary.com. One of the quotations is by Borges, "...and heads monstrously pullulate in mutual conjunction..."
A former, talented student of mine is living in France--making music I believe Brandon
Completed the survey from Indiana CTSI (Clinical and Translation Science Institute)
Answered query about the MS program from Colin who has done work in MEL (Maya's scripting language).
Of significant importance is NSF's proposed revisions in review criteria. In particular, the "broadening of broader impact" will likely affect proposals the most.
Please read NSF changes
From a colleague who will remain nameless unless I am otherwise instructed: 21
Finished reading Lies! Lies! Lies! The Psychology of Deceit by C.V. Ford, M.D. I'll post notes soon. - (edited June 21, 2011, 10:54 AM)
Letters of recommendation - 12:55 PM
Dear Staff Letter
Met with K.S. and discussed awesome future
Withdrew name from Div C Chair
Met Dr. Feresu in School of Health—she does epidemiology—will discuss project
Program Computer Science Meeting
Complete CS MS admissions
- 12:58 PM
I will speak with Pedro Villurruel on Tuesday at 1:00pm about the mobile device classes I've been teaching.
CACR Talk Tuesday: http://cacr.iu.edu/sites/cacr.iu.edu/files/Shelat.pdf
abhi shelat Assistant Professor of Computer Science School of Engineering and Applied Science University of Virginia
TITLE: The Price of Secure Collaboration
We frame the notion of secure collaboration as one about the ability for several parties p1,...,pn, who privately hold inputs x1,...,xn respectively, to jointly compute some function f(x1,...,xn).
In this talk, we discuss two aspects about the *price* of security. How much extra communication and computation are necessary? What extra assumptions about ``parties following the instructions" need to be made? We partially answer these questions by Presenting recent work that addresses these factors.
For the two-party case, we first present a recently designed system that achieves security against a malicious adversaries with the lowest communication and computation among all known solutions.
For the multi-party case, we introduce a new threshold fully homomorphic encryption scheme. This system allows a set of players to generate a public key pk for which each party has a share sk_i of the secret key. We also develop a proof of knowledge of plaintext and a collaborative decryption procedure for this system. By combining these methods, we construct the first secure multi-party computation protocol that allows evaluation of a function $f$ using communication that is independent of the circuit description of $f$.
The talk covers joint work with Chih-hao Shen, and with Steve Myers and Mona Sergi.
- 2:26 PM
Youtube for c290
Working on admissions for CS MS
Answered T.G. on program
Repy to NSF review panel inquiry
Submitted admission information for MS in Bioinformatics
Sought help for minority student M.R.--funding
Completed Athletic Dept's Kiosk with Jayce
Spoke with student from India about MS CS program
Watch sponsored intramural (we won!)
Meet T.G. for three letters for overseas study
Will call WFIU’s Pedro Villarruel who is writing an article on Application for mobile devices. - (edited March 2, 2011, 11:49 AM)
JobsCentocor, Inc., a member of Johnson and Johnson's family of companies, is recruiting. Please visit www.jnj.com/careers for
MS Advising TipOne can use any course with a middle digit of 0/1 to fulfill the foundations requirements, e.g., B501 or B503. In some very rare cases, it would be possible to use the undergraduate versions of B501 and B503 but that would require special permission from the Director.
InternshipThe Unit for Natural Language Processing at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI: http://www.deri.ie/) of the National University of Ireland, Galway invites applications for an internship in information mining. The successful applicant will have the following responsibilities:
1. Research: topic clustering. We are currently extracting over 27,000 topics from scientific publications using NLP techniques, and need a reliable and efficient technique to cluster these so that they are more manageable in our expert-finding application’s user interface. This could be hierarchical topic clustering (super topics and sub topics in a tree structure) or some other suitable way determined by research.
2. Development: crawling. We are currently identifying further sources of both documents and metadata describing the documents, and need infrastructure to be setup and run to effectively crawl this information for subsequent information extraction. This will involve the setting up and administration of databases, metadata stores and open source crawling tools, as well as the development of some custom screen-scraping tools.
3. Any other tasks required of them.
The work will be carried out in the context of an ongoing industrial research collaboration, and internally with DERI's Unit for Information Mining and Retrieval. Internships are aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students, with a duration of 3-12 months and will be remunerated at EUR 1000 per month (EUR 1200 for postgraduate students).
DERI is a leading research institute in semantic technologies that offers a stimulating, dynamic and multi-cultural research environment, excellent ties to research-groups worldwide, close collaboration with industrial partners and up-to-date infrastructure and resources. The DERI Unit for Natural Language Processing (http://nlp.deri.ie/) has a focus on applied research in ontology-based information extraction, semantic-level text mining and the use of linguistic and semantic methods in information retrieval. The unit develops methods for the efficient application of NLP tools in combination with domain semantics as specified in ontologies, thesauri and other knowledge organisation systems for relevant use cases. Research is carried out in close cooperation with the DERI Unit for Information Mining and Retrieval (http://uimr.deri.ie/) in the context of the DERI Semantic Information Mining stream (http://sim.deri.ie/) as well as with other DERI units.
Please send an expression of interest, preferably with links to relevant previous study and/or research experience, by August 1st to: - (edited July 26, 2010, 4:43 PM)
She got the point!
My niece's results for Indiana's Golf Foundation Course: Crestview Golf Course(Muncie , IN)
Results for contest Girls 10-11:
1 Claire Cameron Martinsville, IN 32 -4
2 Reece Malapit Muncie, IN 39 +3
3 Alexis Miestowski Schererville, IN 40 +4
Lexie's 1st hole put up a challenge--but she came back to third!
Nathan's band--please view: tenstrikemusic - (edited July 23, 2010, 2:59 PM)
Reply to John M.
Reply to Suzanne. M
Average salaries of School of Informatics and Computing undergraduates...
Meeting Gregory, Jim, and Lisa at LH 215 3:00pm
Create oncourse site for CS (Andrew)
Emipire to fix my airconditioning and heater
MS issue from Jenny
Name of my second semester graduate class:Fundamentals and Applications of Information Theory
Discuss with Anoop last part of Algorithms
Fetal Blood presence in maternal blood paper--Greg
During my Professor's Perspective, I wrote down some thoughts about Some Suggestions
Here's one of the requests:
Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2010 6:42 PM To: Dalkilic, Mehmet M. Subject:
Dr. Dalkilic, I was at the July 15th & 16th orientation and did not recieve one the the papers that you were passing around the crowd. Could you please send me the PDF file if it is not too much trouble. I would also like to thank you for the Border's Books gift card and for making Orientation enjoyable.
Thank you, Lucas H.
Met with Kalpana
Another nice email:
Hello, my name is Nathan K* and I attended the orientation meeting you gave in the auditorium a couple days ago. I accepted the offer for the gift card and am emailing you concerning what book I should get. My friend and coworkers pursuaded me into starting Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac a few weeks ago and I've grown to really enjoy the adventurous stories and the views he has of life and religion. I'm almost finished reading it and was planning on reading either more Kerouac or start branching out to books by other poets that he knew and was friends with. I'm hoping that you encouage this choice, or if you have any other suggestions, I'm open to those as well. I'd also like to thank you for the gift card. It's extremely generous of you and I'm hoping to continue reading and talking about books with you! Sincerly, Nathan K
Chris Myle's resume
Kevin K.'s travels in China:
Dr. Dalkilic, so now i'm currently in the shandong province, which is north of beijing . I have some differences/quirkes now. my friends and I have compiled a decent list. here are the first of them. if it is hot, men just roll their shirts up above their nipples, they don't take them off they just roll them high. if you are a tall-ish white blonde man, you are a hot commodity and everyone wants pictures with you. i have taken at least two dozen pictures with asian people. ... - (edited July 20, 2010, 10:42 AM)
Work on NIH reviews
Taxes - 2:39 PM
Dinner with Jiong and Lee and Scott
Meet with Ron at Athletics
Meet Informatics Program
Meet Lightening talk
Meet guest of Center - 2:46 PM
Attend Hiring Talk
Meet with Linda
Meet with Biogroup + Esfan - (edited April 6, 2010, 1:08 PM)
Sat in for Pedja for space committee
Meeting every Thursday (even spring break) for PC
Working on Capstones
Preparing PhD qualifiers
Dealing with machines digging a hole
Midcareer Faculty Workshop, tomorrow, Friday, April 2, in the Georgian Room of the IMU, 9 – 11 am. - 3:26 PM
Policy Committee x 10
Promotion and Tenure
Meet with Simo
Meet with Visual Studio C#/iPhone Development Group
Working on large graphs
Working on intentional logic for ontologies
PhD Admissions / Masters Admissions
Director of Bioinformatics
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Answer email 14143 Center for Bioinformatics Research Special Talk Thursday, January 14, 2010 Dogwood Room, Indiana Memorial Union 3:00-4:00 p.m. Admission Free Yaoqi Zhou
IUPUI-School of Informatics Director & Professor Bioinformatics
From sequence to structure, to function, and back again: Integrating knowledge-based approaches with physical intuitions for protein folding, binding, and design
The Algorithms Reading Group is a group of graduate students and faculty members who meet weekly to discuss topics related to algorithms and algorithm theory. The topics covered are fairly broad, and assume a general CS background.
Our first talk of the semester is Tuesday, Jan. 12 in LH101 from 5 p.m. to ~6 p.m.,
Jeff Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Coordinator
Working on meeting times with Bobak and Justen
Meet with Paul and Dirk
Meet with PC and Bobby 11a IE210
Reference for Austin Buono
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Professor Belton will take place on Friday January 15, at 5 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Fee Lane in Bloomington.
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I met with Billy about his internships--I suggested the difficult one. We'll see what he does. He did nominate me for Distinguished Professor in Teaching--I was very touched, but to my chagrin, a dossier is required. Having completed work on P & T (maybe a dozen) and the dossier being required in a few days, it was suggested that I try again next year. I cannot decide if it's [application process] like a water slide or a Sisyphean exercise.
I met with Bobak and Justen several times
I picked up Jim at the airport and dropped him off around 5:00am. He wanted to leave at 4:00am, because his flight was at 11:00am.
P & T writing
My sister was kind enough to make arrangements for our family for Thanks-giving, but I was encouraged not to spend 9 hours on the road for a meal at 11:30am. I miss seeing them, but Kan has no keeper.
If this link is stale, I found it at textbookx.com The site has a synopsis of the book:
Few operas have had more written about them than Die Zauberflote, yet few are as often exposed to misguided comment--or to idiosyncratic productions. This book sets out to provide a straightforward account of Mozart's most beloved opera, exposing the half-truths and legends that have proliferated since its first production in 1791. The sources for the opera are discussed, and there are chapters devoted to composition of the work, the authorship and qualities of the libretto, the music (analyzed by Erik Smith), early productions and performance history, and the practical problems of directing a production (examined by Anthony Besch). The book contains illustrations, a synopsis, bibliography, and discography and will be of interest to music students, scholars and operagoers.
UT edged one step closer to the championship game. A&M always plays tough, but our team prevailed. Jordan and Colt strollin'. I looking forward to the championship game, though we still have the Big 12 Championship.
Chris Paulson, a student from some time ago, sent me this nice message:
Hey Dr. D, Long time no talk to, this is Chris Paulson(from class of '04) and I got an informatics booklet in the mail today and it made me think of you and I wanted to shoot you an email to see how things are going? I follow the website some and also get updates from Matt Hottell on facebook and its amazing how much things are growing around there! I would love to catch up with you and I will be down at IU sometime in the next couple months visiting my sister(shes a sophmore) and am hoping to catch a basketball game, so I will let you know when I'm gonna be there and hopefully we could meet up for a bit if you have the time. I am living in Wisconsin these days, married(no kids) and I work for GlaxoSmithKline in the Vaccines division selling to hospitals/clinics covering SW Wisconsin. Well I hope things are going well for you as I'm sure they are, and I hope to catch up with you soon. Chris
Jim explained "metrotextual" to me. Evidently, it's OK to end one's text with 'xoxox...' (how ever many are deserved, etc.) without exposing oneself--you can finish this this though.
I'm stealing this from Chelsea Lately, but when she remarked, "Do you remember when 'twilight' just meant dark outside?" I was thinking some hollywooden tax on usurping words.
Another study session of KAN for textbooks
I guess the lesson for the day is "postponed prepositions." This grammatical form is only for informal writing (that's what's believed). For example, "The paper that I was asking about is late." In this case, 'about' is the preposition, and its object is 'that'. Which is correct? "I concur (with or in or to) that proposal? The correct answer is 'in'. Prepositions are pesky elements! I've been working on my dad (whose mother tongue is not English) to rid himself of superfluous prepositions. "Where are you at?" (remove the 'at'); "Is the game over with?" (remove the 'with'). I was going to end with a passage from Voltaire's Philosphical Dictionary. Evidently I can download it for free on my unused KindleDX. Let's see how it goes. - (edited November 29, 2009, 2:50 PM)
Handed back Exam I in H101
Creating revisions for homework--this weekend.
Worked on P & T
Got Altas Shrugged, The Stranger, Pride and Prejudice, In the President's Secret Service: Behind the Scenes with Agents in the Line of Fire and the Presidents They Protect, The Lost Symbol books for students, and various music too, Brahms, Prokofiev, Mozart, Gregorian Chants; sheet music (Suites from Debussy)
While at one of the entrances of Hell (I was able to shoot two pictures before the forces of evil disabled my phone) The rolodex to the right are the souls of produce.
I was accosted by a young man who found a young praying mantis (the color and texture of grayish tree bark), distressed what to do. I promptly offered to take the mantis to somewhere safe.
and placed him in one of the trees on the west side of Kroger. Bloomington is "Tree USA", after all.
I also watched nearly half a dozen brave souls, of a larger contingent, creating The School of Informatics and Computing - Bloomington, Bloomington, Indiana's float .
This is homecoming week--and although I like the weather, it's not conducive to crepe paper.
I must show Kan's disdain for my having to do work at home--the laptop is at the left.
I will eventually show what he does inbetween these misleading cute, passive poses. The last thing to say is that I must be a luddite.
The last image is of my television informing me I should pay my bill...my television...What happens when the house is eventually tethered electronically, and your electric toothbrush flashes, "Pay the TV--and buy more Crest?" I'm glad I've kept the clock I had in high school--no electronic soul or enough silicon to give messages other than static or an annoying beep to rouse me from sleep. I know it's probably paranoid, but I could swear the television was trying to turn-off the other electrical devices in the room until I looked at it squarely and performed what is asked.
Let's hope for a blowout in the Red River Shoot Out. I'm looking for Colt and Shipley to have a great game, dispensing with OU.
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Completed grading H101 Exam and gave an exciting homework III.
Ordered books and more music for Honors students.
Odious, necessary errands today too. I am looking forward to my new website. - (edited October 16, 2009, 4:11 PM)
Our Drosophila paper in Genome Biology has been accessed 1938 times so far and is now designated in Genome Biology as "highly accessed". Please visit Gene networks in Drosophila melanogaster: integrating experimental data to predict gene function
Beginning the onslaught of P&T cases.
Attended Life Sciences Reception Faculty/Employers/Students Wednesday, October 7th, 7:00 p.m., President’s Room- Indiana Memorial Union. - 4:56 PM