Topics involve original but well-paved projects on sequence analysis of bacterial genomes, DNA structure prediction and structural conservation of genomic sequences. Applicants need no prior knowledge of programming, math or statistics. (Theses are all about learning things like these and many more!). All it takes is genuine interest, the will to learn new stuff and a personal computer.
Those interested can simply send me an e-mail, briefly mentioning any particular interest the may have on the group's activities.
Alternatively just drop by our new lab (Room 223, 2nd Floor, Biology Department) during office hours (Tuesday and Wednesday 10.00-13.00) for a first tour through the exciting world of Computational Genomics.