Algorithmen der Bioinformatik

Prof. Dr. Daniel Huson

Professor of Algorithms in Bioinformatics

Office
C310a, Sand 14, 72076 Tübingen
 +49-7071-29-70450
daniel.husonspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Office Hours
Thursdays, 17-18h

Publications
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Curriculum Vitae

2020-22
International Leader Fellowship

Royal Society of New Zealand

2015-2019
Visiting Professor

Life Sciences Institute of the National University of Singapore

2011-2015
Visiting Professor

SCELSE and School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Since 2002
Professor of Algorithms in Bioinformatics

University of Tübingen

1999-02
Senior staff scientist

Celera Genomics in Rockville, MD

1997-99
Post-doc in Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics

Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania

07/2011–03/2013
Research Scientist

Max Planck Institut für Intelligente Systeme, Tübingen (Department of Empirical Inference)

1997
Habilitation in Mathematics at Bielefeld University

1994-96
DFG "Habilitation" scholarship

1993-97
Various visiting positions

University of Canterbury and Massey University in New Zealand

1990-94
Various scientific positions

Bielefeld University

1990
PhD in Mathematics

Bielefeld University (Dr. math., summa cum laude)

1988-89
Visiting student

University of Washington, Seattle USA

1980-86
Studied mathematics and physics

Bielefeld University (Diploma, magna cum laude)

1971-80
Hauptschule and Gesamtschule

Bielefeld, Germany ("Abitur", best student of year)

Senior staff scientist at Celera Genomics in Rockville, MD

Various scientific positions at Bielefeld University

PhD in Mathematics, Bielefeld University (Dr. math., summa cum laude)

Hauptschule and Gesamtschule in Bielefeld, Germany ("Abitur", best student of year)

Awards and Fellowships

2017 PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize Winner

2016

Technology Transfer Prize of the IHK Reutlingen 
2013 Winner of the 2013 DTRA Algorithms Challenge 
2007 Visiting Fellow of the Newton Institute (Cambridge University) 
2006 Visiting Erskine Professor at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch New Zealand 
1990 Dissertation Prize of the westfälisch-lippische Universitätsgesellschaft

Services

 

2006-Current

Program committee member of many different conferences, including GCB, RECOMB, WABI, AFBC, ISMB, RECOMG-CG

Since 2012

Member of the board of QBIC

Since 2012

Founding member of the board of Computomics

Since 2011

Member of Scientific Advisory Board of CeGaT

Since 2011

Faculty member of the International Max-Plank Research School (IMPRS) "From Molecules to Organisms"

2011-2014

Head of Department, Computer Science Department, University of Tübingen

2010-2014

Scientific Advisory Board of the Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Ecology and Evolution

2004-2008

Scientific Advisory Board of the MPI for Developmental Biology

2007

Co-organizer Phylogenetics, Newton Institute, Cambridge,

2003-2008

Dean of Studies, Computer Science Department, University of Tübingen