The following posters are scheduled for display. The poster session will be held Thursday - July 19th, 10:45 - 11:45 AM.

CompuCell3D - Using Python to Understand Complexity of Living Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organisms

- Swat, Maciej, Indiana University

Fiber Optic Nanobiosensor

- Hughes, Adam, George Washington University

High end computations based on python including Genetic algorithm/Neural network/Fuzzy logic analysis on seismic attributes and AVA inversion to predict reservoir properties

- Singh, Yudhvir

ImaGen: Generic library for 0D, 1D and 2D pattern distributions

- Bednar, James, Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation

MUSKETEER: A generator of high fidelity synthetic network data

- Gutfraind, Alexander, Univerity of Texas at Austin

Open Source Tools for Solving Level Set Problems

- Wheeler, Daniel, National Institute of Standards and Technolog

PyMC: Bayesian Statistical Modeling in Python

- Fonnesbeck, Christopher, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

PyNE: Python for Nuclear Engineering

- Scopatz, Anthony, The University of Chicago

Python interface to Magadascar

- Fomel, Sergey, The University of Texas at Austin

Running Python on Microsoft Windows Azure

- Ye, Wenming, Microsoft Corp. - unable to attend.

Stochastic Modeling and Comparisons of Mating Systems in Nematode Species

- Kache, Vikas, University of Texas at Arlington, Department

The Continuing Development of a Physics Simulation Setup Framework

- Dougherty, Eugene, Los Alamos National Laboratory

The Reference Model for Disease Progression

- Barhak, Jacob

Unlock: A Python-based framework for rapid development of practical brain-computer interface applications

- Galbraith, Byron, Program in Cognitive and Neural Systems, Bost

Using the Quantum Toolbox in Python to Investigate an Optomechanical Cavity QED System

- Clemens, James P, Department of Physics, Miami University