WELCOME TO THE PROFESSORSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING FOR SYSTEMS BIOLOGY, TO THE MOSAIC GROUP
The MOSAIC group does research in Scientific Computing in Imaged-Based Computing Systems Biology.
We exploit the unifying framework of particle methods for numerical simulation, image analysis, and model identification. Our research is theoretical and computational. We do not perform own experiments and do not run a wet-lab. However, we collaborate with numerous experimental groups in order to apply our methods to help advance biology. A mosaic is "a combination of diverse elements forming a coherent whole", a mosaic is colorful and more than the sum of its parts. A mosaic lives from the synergies between the individually colored tiles. This name represents both what we are and what we do: the MOSAIC group combines researchers from several cultural and academic backgrounds in a truly interdisciplinary team that develops, teaches, and applies MOdels, Simulations, and Algorithms for Interdisciplinary Computing.
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