Oscar Zhang

  • Undergraduate Student

Automated API toolkit for data ingestion from dairy farms to aggregated database for data analytics

Jordan Nunez

Jordan Nunez

  • Undergraduate Student

Expedite process of transferring large power grid files using python web apps

Matt Bachmeier

Matt Bachmeier

  • Undergraduate Student

Web development for the ARPA-E project

Jon Eckhardt

Jon Eckhardt

Associate Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Entrepreneurship, including firm formation, venture finance, and university driven entrepreneurship

Ling Kang

Ling Kang

  • Visiting Professor

Computer-aided molecular design

Bryce Sprecher

Bryce Sprecher

  • Research Staff

Acquire, process, interpret, and display spatial data for education, insight, and experience.

WID Researchers Showcase “Virtual Diary Farm Brain” at American Dairy Science Association Meeting

By combining information from many farms, predictive models and analytic tools can be developed to help producers and consultants navigate, visualize. and analyze the data they are getting from an increasing number of sources to support better management decisions.

Sarah Stevens

Sarah Stevens

Data Science Hub Facilitator

  • Research Staff

Facilitating connections and training researchers in data science.

Brian Yandell

Brian Yandell

Professor

  • Discovery Fellow

Co-lead of Data Science Hub (hub.datascience.wisc.edu). Research on systems genetics.

Benny Wysong-Grass

Benny Wysong-Grass

  • Undergraduate Student

Programming C++ and OpenGL, and other graphics tasks

Arezoo Movaghar

Arezoo Movaghar

  • Graduate Student

Develop computational models to improve our understanding of neurodevelopmental disorders

Laurence Loewe

Laurence Loewe

Assistant Professor

  • WID Faculty

Developing a stable, user-friendly programming language compiler for reproducible biodata analyses and general modeling in biology while building in-depth models for bioresearch

Adam Christensen

Adam Christensen

Assistant Scientist

  • Research Staff

Building optimization models that help untangle issues of environmental sustainability.

Lauren Michael

Lauren Michael

Research Computing Facilitator, Center for High Throughput Computing

  • Discovery Fellow
  • Research Staff

Facilitating compute-driven transformations to research projects via personalized consulting.

Christina Koch

Christina Koch

Research Computing Facilitator

  • Research Staff

Facilitating transformative science through computing.

Connecting the Dots: a New Method to Understand Cell Type Transitions

Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) researchers Rupa Sridharan and Sushmita Roy are combining their expertise in regenerative biology and computational biology to better understand how cells transition from one type to another through gene regulation.