Centre for Computational Inference in Evolutionary Life Science (CELS)

A multidisciplinary centre within life sciences. CELS is a "endringsmiljø" at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

About the group

Centre for Computational Inference in Evolutionary Life Science (CELS) will address fundamental biological questions related to the genotype-phenotype paradigm in an evolutionary context using a computational inference approach.

As a multidisciplinary centre within life sciences CELS brings together strong research environments in biology and statistical and computational methods for data analysis. CELS will address fundamental biological questions related to the genotype-phenotype paradigm, how the environment affects genome evolution and development of methods for integrated analysis of genomic and other biotic and abiotic data. Our vision is further to become a leading interdisciplinary environment driven by common projects and efficiently compete in becoming a future CoE.

The overarching goal of CELS is to become a leading environment in life sciences – both nationally and internationally – bringing together biology, statistics and computational sciences and thereby paving the way for the development of groundbreaking bioinformatical, statistical methodology and for biological sciences.

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Published Apr. 9, 2014 2:18 PM - Last modified Jan. 22, 2016 4:37 PM