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. 

 

News

  • EON workshop on sensors, motors and behaviour at the origin of life
    11 August 2017
    An international group of experts from various disciplines gathered in Tokyo for a three-day workshop to discuss the possibility of pre-biotic forms of self-preservation and how they might have facilitated the earliest stages of life's evolution.
  • Release of BEAST v2.4.7
    19 July 2017
    Latest BEAST release fixes a large number of small issues in BEAUti, BEAST, Appstore and TreeAnnotator. Some API changes for programmers.
  • CCE in InSCight alumni magazine
    13 July 2017
    Research by Dr Anna Santure, Dr Simone Linz and Assoc Prof Quentin Atkinson were featured in an article in InSCight magazine.

Events

  • Raising the Bar Event as iCalendar
    29 August 2017, 6 - 9:30pm
    Join Professor Alexei Drummond, Dr James Russell, Professor John Montgomery and Professor Shaun Hendy in the New Zealand debut of Raising the Bar.
  • BEAST mouse
    Taming the BEAST in London Event as iCalendar
    24 July 2017 - 28 July 2017
    The third iteration of Taming of the BEAST is taking place in London in July 2017. Taming the BEAST is a workshop focused on BEAST2, an open-source software package for Bayesian phylogenetic analyses of molecular sequences. The workshop consists of invited talks, lectures and hands-on tutorials by prominent experts in the field.