Instructor at Math Department, MIT
Dr. Sebastian Will
Math Department, MIT, 02-155
77 Massachusetts Ave
02139 Cambridge, MA, USA
|Office Hours||by appointment|
Up-to-date information is found here, nevertheless one still finds my (now slightly out-of-date) former homepage in Freiburg.
Since Sep 2011, Instructor at the Mathematical Department of MIT. Before since Jan 2010, Post-Doc in Bonnie Berger's Computation and Biology Lab at the Computation and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA. Research Scholarship by DFG (German Research Foundation). Previously, post-doctoral researcher position in University of Freiburg at Rolf Backofen's Bioinformatics group. Study of biology and computer science at the Ludwig-Maximillians-University of Munich (LMU). Degree in Computer Science. PhD Fellowship of GKLI (PhD programme 'Graduiertenkolleg Logic in Computer Science') of the LMU until move to University of Jena. PhD (Dr.rer.nat., "Exact, Constraint-Based Structure Prediction in Simple Protein Models") at University Jena.
Find a list of my publications here and there.
Author/maintainer of the Software Package LocARNA for RNA sequence-structure alignment of RNA. LocARNA is free software and also accessible online as part of the Freiburg RNA Webserver.
Co-chair of WCB10 and previous workshops on constraints in bioinformatics.