I’m a full professor in computer science at a large urban university in Georgia (yes, we have a big city, and yes it has several universities, and yes they are pretty good).
The blog is mostly about the outdoors, with GPS traces & maps of hikes. There are digressions about scouting and occasionally real work. Occasionally I review gear or describe making things.
I work in bioinformatics, machine learning, and software engineering.
This blog is my sporadic commentary about all of this. It is my opinions, at the time I write them, and not those of anyone else or any institution that I happen to work for or with.
I generally don’t discuss my scientific work in detail on this blog because
- The proper place for it is the reviewed literature
- I don’t want to scoop myself or my collaborators
That said, it is worth giving a link so you can see what we do here.
Pubmed makes this easy. Hitting this link should show most of my more than 200 publications on areas ranging from bioinformatics to molecular design and HIV. My apologies to the occasional other Harrison, RW (actually several – I have a common name) that it grabs.
Pure computer science papers are better referenced by the university of Trier.
Hope you enjoy it.