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[Portrait] Daniel Merkle
Associate Professor

Address information

E-mail
daniel@imada.sdu.dk
Work
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science
University of Southern Denmark
Campusvej 55
DK-5230 Odense M
Denmark
Telephone
+45 6550 2322

Teaching

DM853 - Introduction to Parallel Computing (Fall 2016)
DM851 - Applied Combinatorics (Fall 2016)

DM840 - Algorithms in Cheminformatics (Spring 2016)

DM818 - Parallel Computing (Fall 2015)
DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2015)

DM840 - Algorithms in Cheminformatics (Fall 2014)
No teaching (Sabbatical, Spring 2014)

DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2013)
NAT501 - Science Project (Spring 2013)

DM832 - Cheminformatics (Autumn 2012)
DM813 - Algorithms for Biological Sequence Analysis (Fall 2012)
DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2012)

DM818 - Parallel Computing (Fall 2011)
DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2011)
NAT501 - Science Project (Spring 2011)

DM813 - Algorithms for Biological Sequence Analysis (Fall 2010)
MM524 - Mathematical Tools (Fall 2010)
DM527 - Mathematical Tools for Computer Science (Fall 2010)
DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2010)
NAT501 - Science Project (Spring 2010)

DM813 - Algorithms for Biological Sequence Analysis (Fall 2009)
DM818 - Parallel Computing (Fall 2009)
DM510 - Operating Systems (Spring 2009)
DM8XX - Parallel Computing (Fall 2008)

Software

MØD: MedØlDatschgerl (MØD) is a software package developed for graph-based cheminformatics. It includes a general graph transformation system for automatically generating reaction networks from graph grammar formulations of chemistries.

TreeREx:Inferring Mitochondrial Genome Rearrangements in a Phylogenetic Tree
CREx:Common Interval Rearrangement Explorer
CoRe-PA: A tool for the reconstruction of cophylogenies
Tarzan: Another tool for the reconstruction of cophylogenies

Research, Publications and CV
My main research focus is in Cheminformatics, see here. I am especially interested in new algorithmic approaches, combining graph theory and chemistry, and computational complexity questions.
My publications can be found here.
My CV can be found here.
To the best of my knowledge my Erdös number is still 3, but who knows.

On campus you can find me here.
If you want to submit a Computer Science colloquium announcement press here.