Scientific and Parallel Computing Group
We develop numerical methods to simulate phenomena in natural science, economics, social systems and biomedical scenarios. The models include Cellular automata, Lattice Boltzmann and multi-agent techniques. Our tools are parallel programs and algorithms and massively parallel computers.
We collaborate with the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics. New classification methods and algorithmic techniques are developed to analyse signal sequences in proteins and to build large phylogenetic trees.