Noah M. Daniels

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science department at Tufts University. I am working on various problems in computational biology (particularly protein structure prediction and remote homology detection).

My research interests include computational biology, machine learning, algorithms, graph theory, and trying to figure out how nature makes seemingly intractable problems tractable (such as protein folding).

In the past, I have been involved with several interesting companies including Analog Devices, IntrinsiQ, Panjiva, and PatientsLikeMe.

I am an instructor and former director and vice president of the North Atlantic Audi Club, a chapter of Audi Club North America, and I am also an instructor with other motorsports clubs including BMW Car Club of America and COM Sports Car Club. I have also competed in the 24 Hours of LeMons endurance race, as a member of Team Gnomentum.

I also enjoy playing the violin, running, cycling, yoga, listening to music, reading (particularly, but not exclusively, science fiction), and cooking.

My Erdös number is 3 (through both Lenore Cowen and Bonnie Berger)


Exploring Computer Science (Spring 2011)

Machine Architecture and Assembly-Language Programming (Fall 2012)

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