Biomathematics Research Group
​Mathematical modelling methods and computing have become increasingly important in almost all branches of biology. For example, the dynamical consequences of even quite simple ecological interactions or physiological mechanisms are impossible to understand without mathematical modelling and analysis. Evolutionary problems are often analysed in theoretical models for the prohibitively long time scales involved. Abundance of data also calls for mathematical modelling: The rapidly developing experimental techniques of molecular biology and genetics produce a large amount of data, which need efficient algorithms to be handled.
The biomathematics research group does research in many diverse fields of Mathematical Biology including adaptive dynamics, metapopulation dynamics, modelling of physiological phenomena, analysis of biomedical signals, protein strucure research, and computational systems biology.
Modelling and analysis in the above mentioned areas utilise the theory of dynamical systems, delayed differential equations, partial differential equations, functional analysis, graph theory, digital signal processing, statistical modelling and data mining methods, etc.
An important task of the group is the education of Doctors of Philosophy in the field of Biomathematics. The group participates in two graduate schools: FICS (former ComBi ) and TUCS .