1) A usage of spinors  -   page 4 (undistorted)
Some knowledge of GR can give a better reading, although the ideas of universal
covering groups and group induced isometry are somewhat accessible in this presentation.
Course instructor: C. C. Dyer.
2) The final project for my first ever materials science course at McMaster is given here
Course instructor: J. J. Hoyt
3) Presentation for a materials science/physics project. The pdf can be viewed here.
Project supervisor: N. Provatas
4) Using bioinformatics to inform a statistical mechanics model (TASEP) for mRNA translation.
M.Sc. supervisor: P. G. Higgs
5) A toy model of mRNA translation. Based on M.Sc. work.
Prepared for the Chemical Biophysics Symposium, 2013
at the University of Toronto.
Requires pygame, and Python Game Utilities/pgu (please google).
6) Work of formation for a symmetric toroidal section.
Calculation for the work of formation of a toroidal section.
7) Monte Carlo Catenary - a catenary in a thermal environment.
Monte Carlo for minimizing the action of an elastic string in a heat bath...
Try it, generates heat, requires matplotlib.
Monte Carlo Brachistochrone - monte carlo calculation for brachistochrone.
What is it? A description of the program.
8) Multiple LCS solves the
longest common subsequence problem for any number of sequences.
This particular program, not very well written, does marginally better than humans,
and is limited by memory and time (as usual).
A similarity measure, indels and mismatch scoring is Not implemented,
which is required for actual bioinformatics applications.
There is a good online course by people from UCSD that teaches this.
All materials on this page by Philip Lee.
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