The biocomputing group (Head Christof Schuette) develops mathematical methods for analyzing complex systems. The focus lies on
molecular systems with biological function. Complementary activities include mathematically related topics ranging from cellular reaction
networks, and polymer mixtures, for example, to problems from the geo-sciences or economics. A matter of particular interest is the
inclusion of data, whether from experiment or simulation, into the modeling process and related questions concerning appropriate visualization.
We are organized in several research subgroups each focussing on different topics. The diagram below illustrates this structure. Details about each subgroup can be found here.
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- Effective Dynamics of Complex Systems (Head: Christof Schuette)
- Computational Molecular Biology (Head: Frank Noe)
- Computational Proteomics (Head: Tim Conrad)
- Statistical Mechanics and Macroscopic Dynamics (Head: Carsten Hartmann)
- Quantum-Classical Dynamics (Head: Burkhard Schmidt)
- Nano-Architecture of Polymers (Head: Christof Schuette)