Andrew Delong I'm a postdoctoral fellow working in Brendan Frey's machine learning and genomics group. My PhD was about fast optimization in computer vision, supervised by Yuri Boykov and Olga Veksler at Western University. I received my BMath in computer science from the University of Waterloo, and have also worked full-time in the graphics industry, mainly on Alias Maya (now Autodesk Maya).

These days I develop deep learning techniques tailored for genomics and computational biology data — it's all very exciting!

“You’ve got to think about the big things,
 when you’re doing the small things,
 so that all the small things,
 go in the right direction“
Alvin Toffler
Deep learning for genomics
Robust multi-model estimation Hierarchical pattern discovery
Segmentation with graph cuts Large-scale maximum-flow
gco-v3.0 – The graph cut optimization library minimizes multi-label MAP-MRF energies using α-expansion / αβ-swap. Download from project page .
As Instructor...
  • CS 3388Introduction to Computer Graphics (2011)
  • CS 1037Computer Science Fundamentals II (2010)
As Teaching Assistant...
  • CS 3340Analysis of Algorithms (2010)
  • CS 1037Computer Science Fundamentals II (2009)
  • CS 1037Computer Science Fundamentals II (2008)
  • CS 3307Object Oriented Design & Analysis (2008)
  • CS 1037Computer Science Fundamentals II (2007)
  • CS 1037Computer Science Fundamentals II (2006)