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Nov 29

Defense: Cell line engineering to alter HIV-1 vaccine antigen glycosylation

Gabriel Byrne
PhD Candidate (Advisor: Phil Berman)

Abstract:  The HIV-1 envelope protein, gp120, is required for binding to the host CD4 receptor and subsequent entry to the cell, making it the prime target for vaccine design.  Complicating maters, gp120 is one of the most heavily glycosylated proteins known, owing half its mass to... Read More

Nov 29

CPSRC Seminar Series - Temporal Logic Robustness: Applications to Synthesis and Analysis of Autonomous Systems

Georgios Fainekos
Associate Professor, Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering

Abstract: Many autonomous (or highly automated) systems are also safety critical. Due to their safety critical nature, they must adhere to well defined requirements typically in pairs of assumptions and guarantees. An ongoing research challenge is to develop a specification formalism to rule them... Read More

Nov 29

BME 280B Seminar Series

David Bernick and Benedict Paten
Assistant Adjunct Professor; Assistant Professor

David Bernick: "Fuel, Food, and Pharma - Can SynBio Enable Social Change" Benedict Paten: "Building pan-genomes" Read More