STOCHASTIC MODELS for the INFERENCE of LIFE EVOLUTION

NEW WEBPAGE

Since oct 2015, the NEW WEBPAGE of the SMILE group is HERE

Presentation

SMILE is an interdisciplinary research group gathering probabilists, statisticians, bio-informaticians and biologists

SMILE is affiliated to the Stochastics and Biology group of LPMA (Lab of Probability and Random Models) at UPMC (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 06)

SMILE is hosted within the CIRB (Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology) at Collège de France

SMILE is supported by Collège de France and CNRS

You can reach us by email <amaury.lambert - at - upmc.fr> or <smile - at - listes.upmc.fr>

Visit also our homepage at CIRB

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Watch the SMILE video in French or in English: “Predicting the past: Evolution, chance and mathematics”

Or watch the "Ernest" video: “Déchiffrer les lois de l'Evolution: l'autre secret de l'ADN”

Members

Lab meetings

Conference announcements

Other upcoming events

Defenses, seminars we will give or attend, workshops and conferences we will attend or organize…

...See the whole list here

Past events

Past lab meetings, defenses, seminars we have given or attended, workshops and conferences we have attended or organized…

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Publications

Our of the main goals of the SMILE group is to understand the process of species diversification, using three different approaches:

1. A lineage-based approach enabling the inference of diversification processes from phylogenies;

2. An individual-based approach based on the modeling of either population genetics or ecological interactions in the speciation process, or both;

3. Mathematical studies linking the former approach to the latter one by means of limit theorems (separation of timescales, invariance principles, dimension reduction…).

...See the whole list of publications here

Other seminars and friend groups/labs in Paris

Resources

 
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