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Computational Science

The intersection of computer science and the natural sciences


Whether it is the integration of computing and biology, novel computational tools and methods to predict and mitigate rapid changes occurring in the earth’s life-support systems, or the representations, analysis, and visualization of digitized geographic information, Microsoft Research is committed to providing computational support to unravel the mysteries of science.

 

Publications

Piero Visconti, Michel Bakkenes, Daniele Baisero, Thomas Brooks, Stuart HM Butchart, Lucas Joppa, Rob Alkemade, Moreno Di Marco, Luca Santini, Michael Hoffmann, and others, Projecting global biodiversity indicators under future development scenarios, in Conservation Letters, March 2015.

Sebastián Martinuzzi, Volker C Radeloff, Lucas N Joppa, Christopher M Hamilton, David P Helmers, Andrew J Plantinga, and David J Lewis, Scenarios of future land use change around United States' protected areas, in Biological Conservation, vol. 184, pp. 446–455, Elsevier, March 2015.

Íñigo Goiri, Thu D. Nguyen, and Ricardo Bianchini, CoolAir: Temperature- and Variation-Aware Management for Free-Cooled Datacenters, March 2015.

Senjuti Basu Roy, Sihem Amer-Yahia, and Lucas Joppa, ECCO-A Framework for Ecological Data Collection and Management Involving Human Workers, in Extending Database Technology, March 2015.

Sonia Kéfi, Eric L Berlow, Evie A Wieters, Lucas N Joppa, Spencer A Wood, Ulrich Brose, and Sergio A Navarrete, Network structure beyond food webs: mapping non-trophic and trophic interactions on Chilean rocky shores, in Ecology, vol. 96, no. 1, pp. 291–303, Ecological Society of America, March 2015.

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