CENTURI Master Computational and Mathematical Biology
The CENTURI Master of Computational and Mathematical Biology (CMB) aims to teach systems biology to bachelor students with a background in mathematics and computer sciences. Students with a BSc in biology are requested to have already minored in either mathematics or computer science.
This Master is structured around 3 different 2-year degrees: Computer Science, Mathematics and Bioinformatics. While specialising on a major in their own field, students share courses and interdisciplinary projects. Independently from their major, every student will follow courses in Computer Science, Mathematics and Biology.
Courses are in English.
How can I join CMB ?
Students can join the Master in the first (M1) or second (M2) year by sending an application through e-candidat. Applications will be reviewed by the teaching staff.
The application starts the 1st March and ends the 31st May 2018.
What for ?
The CENTURI Master of Computational and Mathematical Biology leads to an Aix-Marseille University degree. With this Master degree, graduates will be well qualified to apply to the CENTURI PhD programme, join international research institutes, or join the R&D department in private companies.
Computer Science Major
This major will focus on a theoretical computer science part in which students will further develop their understanding of complex natural phenomenons modelisation (dynamical systems, calculation model, etc.).
This major will provide courses in Biostatistics and omics data analysis.
Several courses will be available to help students specialize themselves in 2 different mathematics’ fields: continuous modelling (partial differential equations, numerical calculation) and statistics and stochastic process modelling.