Slides from my exit seminar

This morning I gave my last presentation at UC Davis. My highly informal exit seminar was a great opportunity to reflect on some of the many projects I've been involved with over the last decade here at Davis. Thank you to all who came, and a special thanks to Ian Korf for his kind introduction.

I include the slides below, but note that some of these slides won't make much sense without the narration (and you also get to miss out on two embedded videos). There was some video recorded via the Periscope app, but I found out today that Periscope only keeps video around for 24 hours, so unfortunately if you didn't watch the video when you had the chance it is now lost.

2015-11-21 12.34: Updated to reflect that Periscope video content is no longer available.

Genome Assembly: the art of trying to make one BIG thing from millions of very small things

Here are the slides from a talk I gave this week at UC Davis (also embedded below). This talk was for a group of graduate students (from different backgrounds). 

Note, because I tend to make very visual slides which don't always work well in isolation (you need to hear my sparkling narrative!), I have taken time to duplicate many slides and embed notes to indicate approximately what I would have said to explain the slide.