|Welcome to Bruce Donald's homepage.
of Computer Science at Duke University,
Professor of Mathematics,
Professor of Chemistry, and
Biochemistry in the Duke
University Medical Center. I am also founder of Ten63
My laboratory is part of the
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Group,
Department of Mathematics,
Department of Biochemistry,
Department of Chemistry,
Program in Computational Biology,
Duke Cancer Institute,
Center for Quantitative BioDesign,
Center for Genomic and Computational Biology,
Algorithms Group (Theory Group, Duke CS),
Center for Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences, and
the Duke Institute for Brain Science.
We are grateful to the NIH for their support.
You can browse my
papers, learn about research
in my laboratory,
my lab in the news,
see Wallace (a generative AI demo),
take my (not entirely?)
Feel free to check out classes I teach.
Our lab has a YouTube channel.
Here are tips on using LaTeX for NIH grant applications.
My Erdös Number is 3.
Only 0.29% of mathematicians have supervised more than 30 PhD dissertations.
— the 2nd Ph.D. student to join the lab of my advisor,
— and the 4th to graduate.
— the 2nd AI professor hired at Cornell (1987).
— the 1st tenured AI profesor at Cornell (1993).
— the 1st James B. Duke Professor of Computer Science (2012) — now we have two!
My third cousin is Elvis Presley’s first cousin once removed.
My father was born and raised in Goodman, MS — the last successful stop that Casey Jones made (before fatally crashing at Vaughan in 1900).
If you are interested in joining my laboratory, please read my brief FAQ.
Textbook (MIT Press).
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