Ran Libeskind-Hadas, Ph.D., researches design and analysis of algorithms.
His current research is primarily in the area of algorithms for computational biology. In particular, he has been studying the cophylogeny reconstruction problem. In this problem, there are two evolutionary trees (e.g., a host and parasite tree, a species tree and a gene tree, etc.) and the mapping between their leaves. The objective is to find the least cost mapping of one tree onto the other.
Libeskind-Hadas’ earlier research addressed the problem of designing efficient communication algorithms in optical networks employing wavelength-division multiplexting (WDM).
- USA Today: Math and science fields battle persistent gender gap
- Professors Co-Author Programming Book for Biologists
- NSF Funds Computer Science Research in Evolutionary Biology
- Libeskind-Hadas Honored as Distinguished Educator
- Libeskind-Hadas was interviewed about the need for engaging undergraduate math and science teaching on California Edition.
- Libeskind-Hadas speaks about diversity in STEM and the changes HMC made in its computer science department to attract more women