Alexander Rose

Scientific Software Developer and Researcher at RCSB Protein Data Bank

Alexander Rose is a scientific software developer and researcher, RCSB Protein Data Bank at University of San Diego, USA.
Interactive visualization of very large macromolecular complexes on the web is becoming a challenging problem as experimental techniques advance at an unprecedented rate and deliver structures of increasing size. His most recent project; the NGL is a high memory­ efficient and scalable WebGL­-based viewer that renders molecular complexes with millions of atoms interactively on desktop computers and smartphones alike, making it a tool of choice for web-­based molecular visualization in research and education.

Speaker’s event

Visualizing Biological Data (VIZBI 2017)

VIZBI 2017
City and Surrounds
14 Jun - 15 Jun, 09:15 am - 09:00 pm