Welcome to the web-page of the Computational Biology and Complex Systems Research group (BIOCOM-SC)

The Computational Biology and Complex systems group (BIOCOM-SC) involves researchers with a mathematical and/or physical background, from biophysics and nonlinear dynamics to nonequilibrium statistical mechanics or fluid mechanics. These different skills permit us to address increasingly complex problems in biology and other fields which, due to their inherent complexity, involve very different mechanisms. At this moment, BIOCOM-SC is the reference group in this field at the physics department at UPC. We study diverse biological processes, e.g. from molecular level (ion channel function) to cell (motion, contraction), organ (heart beating)  and population level (microbial proliferation, epidemiology). For that, we use different methods and perspectives with the goal of developing clinical applications for biomedicine and environmental applications for bioengineering.Group photo during the last workshop on Computational biology and complex Systems

ATTENTION: Postdoctoral position on Self-organization of 3D embryonic organoids!

David Oriola (BIOCOM-SC) together with  Vikas Trivedi from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) are opening a one year (possible extension) postdoctoral position. The profile of the candidate is: Biophysicist, solf maIer physicist, or applied mathematician with a strong interest in tissue morphogenesis. 

ATTENTION: We are opening felloships!

The BIOCOM-SC research group will offer three INIREC fellowships to the three best candidates among those applying for the call of the training program on Computational Biology and Complex Systems 2023-2024, for the realization of the TFG/TFM. 

Group photo during the last workshop on Computational biology and complex Systems 

some members of the group and friends.

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