[ensembl-dev] Applying Deep Learning Techniques to regulatory Elements (GSOC 2016)

Daniel Zerbino zerbino at ebi.ac.uk
Tue Mar 15 08:11:58 GMT 2016

Hello Saket,

Thanks for your interest!

At this point, you should start working on a proposal, which you should 
submit to the GSoC team before March 25th.

We are here to answer your questions and help you craft the best 
possible application, before it is reviewed and selected by the GSoC team.



On 3/14/16 8:46 PM, Saket Maheshwary wrote:
> Hi,
> I am Saket Maheshwary, 2nd year MS by Research CSE student at 
> IIIT,Hyderabad. I am pursuing my Masters specializing in Machine 
> Learning and Data Mining.
> Besides this i am working as RA on a project 
> http://metabolomics.iiit.ac.in 
> <http://metabolomics.iiit.ac.in/user/login> where i am a part of 
> development team which involves large amount of bioinformatics 
> (metabolomics) data which require data processing, statistical 
> analysis and data visualization. I have basic working experience with 
> Theano and TensorFlow as well.
> I would like to explore this idea further since it aligns with my 
> research interest as well. I am aware deep learning architectures like 
> Convolution Neural Network (CNN) and Recurrent Neural Network (RNN).
> Do let me know as to how i should proceed further !!
> Thanks,
> Saket Maheshwary
> MS By Research CSE
> Center for Data Engineering
> IIIT Hyderabad
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