Andrey Kan (Кан Андрей Владимирович)

present

postdoctoral researcher at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute under supervision of Phil Hodgkin at the Immunology Division

my research interests include computational immunology, medical image analysis and machine learning

past

BS in Telecommunications from Tashkent University of Information Technologies
MS in Computer Science from Lomonosov Moscow State University
PhD in Computer Science from The University of Melbourne
(supervisors: James Bailey and Christopher Leckie)

publications

Mechanisms of cell division as regulators of acute immune response Systems and Synthetic Biology, 2014, in press Kan A., and Hodgkin P.D. paper Stretched cell cycle model for proliferating lymphocytes Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2014, in press Dowling M.R.*, Kan A.*, et al. (these authors contributed equally) paper Quantitative analysis of Plasmodium ookinete motion in three dimensions suggests a critical role for cell shape in the biomechanics of malaria parasite gliding motility Cellular microbiology, 2014, in press Kan A.*, Tan Y.H.*, et al. (these authors contributed equally) paper Discovering Latent Blockmodels in Sparse and Noisy Graphs using Non-Negative Matrix Factorisation 22-nd ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2013) Chan J., Liu W., Kan A., Leckie C., Bailey J., and Ramamohanarao K. paper Measures for Ranking Cell Trackers without Manual Validation Pattern Recognition, 2013, vol.46, pp.2849–2859 Kan A., Leckie C., Bailey J., Markham J., and Chakravorty R. paper    supporting page On Compressing Weighted Time-evolving Graphs 21-st ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2012) Liu W., Kan A., Chan J., Bailey J., Leckie C., Pei J., and Kotagiri R. 4 page abstract A Time Decoupling Approach for Studying Forum Dynamics World Wide Web, 2012, DOI:10.1007/s11280-012-0169-1, Kan A., Chan J., Hayes C., Hogan B., Bailey J., and Leckie C. pre-print on arXiv    supplementary text Automated and Semi-automated Cell Tracking: Addressing Portability Challenges Journal of Microscopy, 2011, vol.244-2, pp.194–213, Kan A., Chakravorty R., Bailey J., Leckie C., Markham J., and Dowling M.R. paper    supplementary text    code (MATLAB) Studying Forum Dynamics from a User Engagement Perspective 3-rd International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2011), Kan A., Chan J., Hayes C., and Hogan B. poster    2 page abstract A Query Based Approach for Mining Evolving Graphs 8-th Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM 2009), vol. 101, Kan A., Chan J., Bailey J., and Leckie C. paper    presentation slides    code (C++) Video Decoding Method and Apparatus U.S. Patent No: 2009/0052542 A1 Assignee: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Romanovskiy A., and Kan A. on Google Patents

PhD Thesis: Automated Analysis of Time Lapse Microscopy Images
(final version submitted in January 2013)
In this thesis, we focus on cell tracking systems. We develop methods to reduce the amount of manual work while maintaining a satisfactory level of accuracy of cell tracking systems.
thesis    supporting page


miscellanea

A video that shows an amazing tri-division of B cells. Here is an unofficial version of BibTeX style (.bst file) for Journal of Microscopy. This style was created using makebst and manual editions. Here is a LaTeX template for a generic Computer Science paper (and here is a version for Lyx). My favorite songs can be broadly categorized into energetic music and soft music.

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