Professor Hayes works in “Computational Science,” which is the application of computers to solve scientific problems. His primary focus at the moment is computational methods of graph theory applied to biological networks such as protein-protein interaction networks and brain connectomes. He also has other ongoing projects in tracking of cells in videos, and the analysis of images of galaxies in astrophysics.
Ph.D., University of Toronto, 2001
Algorithms and Theory
Algorithm design from several diverse viewpoints and computational complexity theory...
Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology
Techniques from applied mathematics, informatics, statistics and computer science to solve biological problems...