Wed 4 - 5 pm
Thur 1 - 3 pm
|in MATH Library||Mon, Wed. 2 - 3 pm|
|"Talking Computer Science"||Wed 5 - 7 pm|
|in C4C Dining Room|
David Knox received his BA from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1982. He spent the next 30+ years as an architect, designerand developer in the computer industry in startups and Fortune 500 companies. He returned to academia to complete his MS in computer science at CU Boulder in 2010 and received a PhD in computational bioscience from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in 2015. In 2012, he received a Chateaubriand Fellowship allowing him to study at the Laboratoire Joliot Curie in Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon in Lyon, France. David's research interests in computational biology have focused on cross-discipline solutions for modeling and simulations of biological processes. He is also interested in visualization techniques for describing and displaying the results of these complex system interactions for analysis and education.
David built his own house from foundation to roof in 1988, cooked at a classical French restaurant from 1991-1993, and ran the perimeter of the state of Colorado (1814 miles) in 2001. He is periodically riding stages around the perimeter of Wyoming on a mountain bike.