Centre for Computational Evolution



The Centre for Computational Evolution brings together researchers who share an interest in developing software tools and mathematical models for understanding evolution and molecular ecology from genes to genomes. This approach spans fields as diverse as linguistics, ecology, the origin of life and epidemiology.  

The Centre for Computational Evolution brings together researchers who share an interest in developing software tools and mathematical models for understanding evolution and molecular ecology from genes to genomes. This approach spans fields as diverse as linguistics, ecology, the origin of life and epidemiology. 

 

  • Dravidian language family origins
    19 April 2018
    Remco Bouckaert and colleagues from Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History have determined where and when the Dravidian language family of South Asia developed.
  • Solving the mystery of the origins of early Australian language
    13 April 2018
    Quentin Atkinson, Remco Bouckaert and Claire Bowern (Yale University) used phylogenetic methodologies to solve the mystery of the origins of the hunter-gatherer language family, Pama-Nyungan, which spread across Australia.
  • BEAST v2.5.0 major update is out
    11 April 2018
    This major update of BEAST v2.5.0 is now compatible with Java 8, 9 and 10. It also includes other ease-of-use improvements.
  • The Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship offers up to $5000
    19 September 2018
    The Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship in Computer Science is currently seeking applications from students with a demonstrated interest in software development who are studying Stage III courses in Computer Science. Applications close 30 September.