News: Our paper titled “High-Performance Interaction-Based Simulation of Gut Immunopathologies with ENISI” has been accepted by IPDPS (IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium) 2012. The acceptance rate is 21% (118 out of 569).
Yongguo Mei Research Software Engineer Virginia Bioinformatics Institute firstname.lastname@example.org 540-231-1705 In addition to this home page, you can find me on the following other web pages as well: http://www.nimml.org/home/people/faculty/ http://www.modelingimmunity.org/team/ https://engineering.purdue.edu/HELPS/People/alumni.html
As a research software engineer in a bioinformatics lab, I am working on modeling human immune systems, more specifically, modeling the immune responses to enteric pathogens. We are working on both ODE based and agent based modeling techniques. The knowledge … Continue reading
Since April 2011, I have been working at Virginia Tech as a research software engineer. I am working in the Nutritional Immunology and Molecular Medicine lab at Virginia Bioinformatics Institute. The project I am working on is MIEP (the Center … Continue reading