Dr. Suely Oliveira, Professor

Department of Computer Science, 14 MLH.
The University of Iowa.
Iowa City, IA 52242-1419, USA

Email: suely-oliveira@uiowa.edu
Office: 101 MLH
Phone:  319-335-0731
Fax:      319-335-3624  

Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00-3:30pm
(Fall 2018)    Wednesdays 10:30-11:30am

                     Thursdays 1:00-3:00pm


RESEARCH:

Parallel Algorithms, Big Data Applications, Bioinformatics, Scientific Computing and Numerical Analysis

                           

PUBLICATIONS:

Journal and Conference Papers 
Book: Building Proofs: A Practical Guide, World Scientific, Summer 2015

Book: Writing Scientific Software, Cambridge University Press, Fall 2006


Distributed Systems and Machine Learning Group


2018-2019 COURSES:


CS:3330 Algorithms (Fall 2018).  Tu&TH 8:00-9:15 am MLH101


CS:3330 Algorithms (Fall 2018).  Tu&TH 9:00-10:45 am MLH118


CS:4740/MATH:4740/STAT:4740 Large Data Analysis  (Spring 2019)

OTHER RECENT COURSES:


CS:4740/MATH:4740/STAT:4740 large Data Analysis (spring 2017, 2016, 2015) 
(co-taught with Kate Cowles from Statistics)


CS:4700/MATH:4860 High Performance and Parallel Computing (Fall 2017, 2015)



RECENT GRANTS:

Large Data Analysis & Visualization at the University of Iowa
NSF EXTREMS-QED DMS-1407216 PI: Suely Oliveira, co-PIs: Mary Kathryn Cowles, Isabel Darcy, Bruce Ayati, and David Stewart.
(2014-2019)

Double strand break repair maelstrom: causes, mechanisms and genome destabilizing consequences R35 GM127006-01.

NIGMS. Investigator/s Anna Malkova (Principal Investigator), Suely P Oliveira (Collaborator).
(2018-2023)



OTHER RECENT ACTIVITIES:

TPC for the International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Data Mining
FSDM 2018, Nov. 16-19, 2018,
Bangkok, Thailand.

BDCC Special Issue Guest Editor, 2018


Large Data Analysis Undergraduate Certi cate, Academic Coordinator
News articles: Daily Iowan, Office of Research


BIG DATA SUMMER SCHOOL 2015-2018


Big Data and Cognitive Computing, Editor and Advisory Board


Faculty of Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Informatics

Faculty of the Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences Program

Previous and Current PhD Students