Informatics for Computational Mass Spectrometry

December 19, 2018 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. ET

In this talk, Dr. Smith will describe the work he and his lab are doing to progress the state of Informatics for Computational Mass Spectrometry to further proteomic research.

In this talk, Dr. Smith will describe the work he and his lab are doing to progress the state of Informatics for Computational Mass Spectrometry to further proteomic research.

Rob Smith, Ph.D.

Rob Smith is a scientist and entrepreneur dedicated to saving mass spectrometrists from bad software. He believes computational mass spectrometry is ripe for a revolution that will be catalyzed by advances in interfaces, algorithms, and data management. His recent academic research has focused on assessing the state of the art of computational mass spectrometry by interviewing users and conducting quantitative evaluations made possible through custom-developed technology. In addition to his position as an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Montana, Dr. Smith recently founded Prime Labs, Inc., whose mission is to develop software for mass spectrometry that people actually like.

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