These Ph.D. graduates did significant work on the BioGeometry project in conjunction with their doctoral studies. Dissertation titles and additional information are provided.

Serkan Apaydin Stochastic Roadmap Simulation: An Efficient Representation and Algorithm for Analyzing Molecular Motion

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Supervisor: Jean-Claude Latombe School: Stanford, 2004 Currently: Postdoc, Dartmouth, Computer Science
Hamish Carr Topological Manipulation of Isosurfaces

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Supervisor: Jack Snoeyink School: University of British Columbia, 2004Currently: Lecturer, University College Dublin, Computer Science
Itay Lotan Algorithms Exploiting the Chain Structure of Proteins

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Supervisor: Jean-Claude Latombe School: Stanford Currently: Postdoc, UC Berkeley, Bioengineering
Rachel Kolodny Comparing and Modeling Protein Structure

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Supervisor: Leonidas Guibas and Michael Levitt School: Stanford Currently: Postdoc, Columbia, Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics
Bala Krishnamoorthy Pre-Conditioning Integer Programs using Column Basis Reduction AND Geometry and Topology of Protein Structure

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Supervisor: Alex Tropsha School: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2004 Currently: Assistant Professor, Washington State, Math
Loren Looger Computational Design of Receptors and Enzymes Supervisor: Homme Hellinga School: Duke, 2003 Currently: Carnegie Institute of Washington, Plant Biology
Nabil Mustafa Simplification, Estimation, and Classification of Geometric Shapes

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Supervisor: Pankaj Agarwal School: Duke, 2004 Currrently: Postdoc, Max-Planck-Institute
Vijay Natarajan Topological Analysis of Scalar Functions for Scientific Data Visualization

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Supervisor: Herbert Edelsbrunner School: Duke, 2004 Currently: Postdoc, UC Davis, Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization
Yusu Wang Geometric and Topological Methods in Protein Structure Analysis

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Supervisors: Pankaj Agarwal and Herbert Edelsbrunner School: Duke, 2004 Currently: Assistant Professor, Ohio State, Computer Science and Engineering

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