CGIL Seminar W2020- Dr. Dan Tulpan
Date and Time
Dr. Dan Tulpan, an Assistant Professor in the Centre for Genetic Improvement of livestock will present a CGIL Seminar on Friday February 14th. The seminar will begin at 1:30 PM in room 141 of the Animal Science & Nutrition building. The title of the presentation is: “Classification of A1|A2 Beta Casein Genotypes from Milk MIR Spectra – a Machine Learning Perspective”.
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Dr. Dan Tulpan is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal Biosciences at University of Guelph in the area of computational biology. He obtained a PhD from the University of British Columbia, and has over 15 years of experience in the areas of computational biology, bioinformatics, mathematical modelling, machine learning, bio data visualization and computer vision. Dr. Tulpan started his academic research career at the University of Guelph in 2018, after working as a Research Officer at the Digital Technologies Research Centre, National Research Council (Moncton, New Brunswick). At NRC, he headed the Atlantic Bioinformatics Laboratory. Dr. Tulpan’s research program at the University of Guelph is centered on advanced computing and information technology to provide solutions to challenges in animal agriculture, including automatic animal identification, tracking and phenotype acquisition, bioinformatics data analysis and applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence in breeding and other relevant areas for livestock research.