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David Tulga is a master's graduate from the Systems Biology Graduate Program at Harvard University, and was an NSF Graduate Research Fellow.  He has developed a variety of open-source software, such as RainforestCluster and ThunderstormDistributor.  Previously, he researched on novel network algorithms for analyzing genomic data in the Wall lab, and on Zebrafish fin regeneration in the Megason Lab. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Bioengineering from UC Berkeley. During his time at Berkeley, he was a Regents' and Chancellor's Scholar and an undergraduate researcher in the Arkin Laboratory for quantitative biology through 2008 and 2009. During the summer of 2007 he participated on the 2007 Berkeley iGEM Team. During the summer of 2006 through the spring of 2007, he was an undergraduate researcher in Dr. Steven E. Brenner's Computational Genomics Research Group. Additionally, during his freshman year, he researched the psychophysics of vision in Dr. Cohn's lab.  In his free time, David also creates Fractal Art, develops free educational software for children, enjoys bicycling, astronomy, cross-country skiing, jogging, and practices martial arts.

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Home Page - Index - Research, projects, and ideas of David Tulga RainforestCluster: Dynamically create and maange Amazon EC2 clusters. ThunderstormDistributor: Dynamically assign jobs to compute nodes in clusters in the cloud. GoFishDB - Zebrafish Database System JSWindows: Dynamically create window-based graphical user interfaces. About David Tulga, Bio, Contact Information Links Reference Guide of Contractions and Relaxed Pronunciation in English Educational Online Activities Computational Genomics Research in the Wall Lab at Harvard CBMI Systems Biology research in the Megason lab Research Tools Fractal Art Online Gallery Phil Tulga - Music through the Curriculum - Educational programs, assemblies, and family nights at elementary schools, music activities and arts integration lessons, and music education products.