mobile computingmodeling and optimizationsignal processingscientific visualizationcomputer graphicscomputational intelligenceBioinformatics
Herbert H. Tsang's (PEng, PhD) research focus is in applying computational algorithms and technologies to solve real-world problems. His ongoing interests are in bioinformatics, computational intelligence, evolutionary computation, mobile application, optimization, scientific visualization, and technology for education. Current research projects include: 1) RNA secondary structure design and prediction, 2) mobile computation, 3) scientific visualization, 4) agent-based evolutionary algorithms for complex system modeling, and 5) educational technology. With his students and collaborators, Dr. Tsang’s research is performed under a highly collaborative team environment with members coming from a variety of backgrounds, such as engineers, computer scientists, molecular biologists, chemists, bioinformaticians, and musicians. They all work closely together to solve scientific problems and seek new understanding to the world around us. Dr. Tsang's research was supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Mitacs. To see Dr. Tsang's research projects, go to this link or visit his website at http://www.HerbertTsang.org .
Security Informatics Journal
2014 - Present
2009 - Present
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB)
2008 - 2009(a year)
Computational approach to predict species-specific type III secretion system (T3SS) effectors using single and multiple genomes