Modelling & Scientific Computing @ School of Computing, DCU, Ireland



School of Computing, Dublin City University, Ireland

MODELLING & SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING


  
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Biocomputation
(Computational Biology / Bioinformatics)

Biocomputation or scientific computing for the biosciences is the application of sophisticated computational algorithms and high performance/distributed computer systems to wide-ranging problems in the biotechnology field. Examples include microarray data analysis, drug transport (pharmacokinetics; in vitro and in vivo), virus propagation and epigenetics modelling, both of which impact directly on the work of the NICB and offer exciting inter-disciplinary challenges. 

Our work on Biocomputation consists on four investigative strands, namely:


Contact: +353 1 700 6747 / modsci@computing.dcu.ie