Alex Zelikovsky named as a Distinguished University Professor
Congratulations Alex Zelikovsky of the Department of Computer Science named Distinguished University Professor in recognition of his outstanding work in research, teaching, and mentoring students in research.
Alex Zelikovsky’s research areas include discrete algorithms, VLSI CAD, combinatorial optimization, computational geometry, computational biology, and graph theory.
To learn more about Alex Zelikovskys’ work have a look at a few of his recent publications, available in full-text through the GSU Library:
- Skums, P., Mancuso, N., Artyomenko, A., Tork, B., Mandoiu, I., Khudyakov, Y., & Zelikovsky, A. (2013). Reconstruction of viral population structure from next-generation sequencing data using multicommodity flows. BMC Bioinformatics, 14(Suppl 9), 1-13. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-14-S9-S2
- Mangul, S., Caciula, A., Glebova, O., Mandoiu, I., & Zelikovsky, A. (2012). Improved transcriptome quantification and reconstruction from RNA-Seq reads using partial annotations. In Silico Biology, 11(5/6), 251-261.
- Mancuso, N., Tork, B., Skums, P., Ganova-Raeva, L., Măndoiu, I., & Zelikovsky, A. (2012). Reconstructing viral quasispecies from NGS amplicon reads. In Silico Biology, 11(5/6), 237-249.