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Dr. C. M. Williams

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Phone: (919) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.edu
North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7013
Raleigh , North Carolina 27695
United States

Company Description: The mission of North Carolina State University is to serve its students and the people of North Carolina as a doctoral/research-extensive, land-grant university....   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    NCSU Animal


  • Bachelor of Science degree , poultry science
  • Master of Science , avian physiology
    North Carolina State University
  • doctorate degrees , avian physiology
    North Carolina State University
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Chris Williams serves as ..., 15 April 2011 [cached]
Chris Williams serves as director of technical services for Pfizer Animal Health. He was employed with Embrex Inc. from 1988 to 2007 and has continued with the company through its transformation to Pfizer Poultry Health. In his role, Dr. Williams provides technical support for the U.S. and Canada. He received Master of Science and doctorate degrees in avian physiology from North Carolina State University, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in poultry science.
Dr. Chris Williams, director of technical services for Pfizer Poultry Health
Smithfield Foods::Investor Information::Press Releases, 25 July 2000 [cached]
The project will be directed by Dr. C. M. Williams, Director of the NCSU Animal and Poultry Waste Management Center, who also attended today's news conference.
New Method For Estimating Parameters May Boost Biological Models | Science News, 6 Mar 2012 [cached]
"These oscillatory systems are found in everything from mechanisms in cells that allow a cell to replicate itself to the sleep-wake cycle in mammals," says Dr. Cranos Williams, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at NC State and co-author of a paper describing the work.
Since these oscillatory systems present a problem for most optimization algorithms, Williams and NC State Ph.D. student Seyedbehzad Nabavi focused on developing methods that would manipulate the surface characteristics of the objective function itself. This new approach factors in the frequency of the concentrations within the system - or how often each concentration is repeated - to generate a new objective function that mitigates the impact of system oscillations.
"By generating a new objective function that factors in the frequency of the system oscillations, we are able to eliminate many of the hills and valleys, resulting in a surface with the same optimal point, but that is easier to search," Williams says. "This makes it easier for optimization routines to identify a functional working set of parameters that can then be used to predict the activity of the modeled system."
Science news reference:
A Novel Cost Function for Parameters Estimation in Oscillatory Biochemical Systems. Seyedbehzad Nabavi, Cranos M. Williams, North Carolina State University. Presented: March 15-18, IEEE SoutheastCon 2012, Orlando, Fla.
By Dr Tarsicio Villalobos and Dr ..., 31 May 2011 [cached]
By Dr Tarsicio Villalobos and Dr Chris Williams
Dr Chris Williams serves as Director of Technical Service for Pfizer Global Poultry. He was employed with Embrex, Inc. from 1988 to 2007 and has continued with the company through its transformation to Pfizer Global Poultry. In his role, Dr Williams provides technical support for the United States and Canada. He has received four patents for novel in ovo concepts and application ideas. In addition, Dr. Williams has been donating his time as an adjunct professor in poultry science and serving on the graduate student committee at North Carolina State University, his alma mater, for nearly nine years. He has contributed to and authored more than 50 articles and studies in trade journals and publications on several topics, including in ovo technology, hatchery sanitation, Aspergillus, candling and clear egg removal.
NOFA Massachusetts: Nais Information [cached]
North Carolina State University professor C. M. Williams, an expert on treating hog manure, says simply: "I do not feel that system [factory hog production] is long-term sustainable."
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