The Challenge Eukaryotic chromosomes possess an intricate 3D structure that helps control gene expressions by bringing in close spatial proximity genes with regulatory elements and by organizing chromosomes into compartments and domains. In recent years, we saw the advancement of a new set of techniques to capture the spatial arrangement of chromosomes including Hi-C, ChIA-PET […]
Swift Swift is a toolkit for the end-to-end processing, simulation and analysis of floods. Users can design custom workflows by building on Swift’s computational shallow water solver and incorporating various input, processing and visualisation components, each tailored for flood modelling. The Swift framework provides hydrodynamic and coupled hydraulic modelling capability with analysis tools for mitigation […]
Versus is a web-based application that allows experimenters to create multiple experiments based on a full 2AFC methodology (two alternative forced-choice). Participants are presented two images side-by-side, and — without imposing a time constraint — they are now asked to choose one of the two images. The preliminary result of the experiment should be a […]
Visual analysis of time-series data on protein phosphorylation presents a particular challenge: Bioinformatics tools currently available for visualising ‘omics’ data in time series have been developed primarily to study gene expression, and cannot easily be adopted to phosphorylation data, where a single protein typically has multiple phosphosites. Minardo is a novel layout strategy — a reference to Charles […]
A formally verified, optimising ML compiler, developed in collaboration with Cambridge, Chalmers, and Kent.
Pervasive use of smartphones has fueled various research in networking and behavioral analysis. Most of these research require real life data from smartphones for system design and evaluation. However collection of such data has been a challenge due to lack of sensing platforms which collect data at fine granular intervals without impacting the normal user […]
SmartGridToolbox is an open source simulation framework for studying smart grids and future electricity grids. It consists mainly of a C++ library that allows researchers to simulate power flows, multiple kinds of consumer loads, renewable and other generation and optimised control mechanisms. It features a high degree of flexibility and extensibility, the ability to interface […]
This database addresses the need for experimental data to quantitatively evaluate emerging road detection and photometric invariant algorithms. These images were captured using an on-board camera mounted on the windshield of a moving vehicle. The main challenge is dealing with lighting variations and shadows. The database consists (right now) of two sequences acquired on the […]