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Master Mathématiques et applicationsUE Computational Biology


Computational biology will introduce the biological concepts necessary to model complex systems, implement modelling approaches (differential, logical, stochastic or deterministic equations) to develop mathematical models of a biological system, analyze mathematical models and biological data to understand complex systems and assess the adequacy between a biological question.

The course is divided in 2 sections :

  • computational neuroscience : dynamic models of neuron function : dynamic behavioural simulation, biological aspects, computer complexity, analytical aspects
  • bioinformatics : alignment, molecular phylogeny, prediction and modelling of structural aspects of proteins, cis-regulation

Language used

Main language used by this course: Anglais.

Structure and organisation

Lectures (14h), TP (16h)

Volume of teachings

  • Lectures: 14 hours
  • Pratical works: 16 hours

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