Quantitative Systems Biology at IST Austria spans a broad range of topics from molecular, synthetic, and systems biology to biological physics and evolution, and involves experimental as well as theoretical research. Our cluster encourages interdisciplinary collaboration between biologists, physicists, and computer scientists, to create quantitative ways of understanding biological phenomena.
Members from the following groups regularly participate in our activities:
Guet group systems and synthetic biology of genetic networks || Tkacik group theoretical biophysics and information processing || Barton group evolutionary and mathematical biology || Loose group self-organization of the cell || Hannezo group physical principles in biological systems
We also organize the Friday Systems Biology, FriSBi, seminar series. Click here for the current schedule of events.