Keegan Hines

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Complex Systems Summer School 2012

Hi Everyone - I'm a graduate student at UT in the Institute for Neuroscience, but my work primarily focuses on protein biophysics. Generally, I'm interested in signal processing and computation in biological systems. Most of my quantitative considerations are drawn from statistical physics, bayesian inference and markov chain monte carlo methods, machine learning, hidden markov models, and dynamical systems theory. While I'm eager to learn new computational approaches that I might throw at my own work, I'm most excited to learn about interesting problems from diverse fields that I've never thought about before. I don't necessarily have any project ideas in mind yet, but would love to collaborate on something vastly different from my own research. In my spare time, I love music, improv comedy, homebrewing and relaxing with my wife and dog. Looking forward to meeting everyone.