Non-exhaustive list of topics: phylogenetics, evolutionary genetics and genomics, molecular evolution of pathogens and epidemiology, biodiversity, statistical modelling, algorithmics, and software development.
The program will include short talks (typically 20 minutes), posters sessions and plenty of time for discussions.
This conference is a continuation of:
- Mathematics of Evolution and Phylogeny (2003 and 2005).
- Dumont D'Urville Workshop on Applied Evolutionary Bioinformatics (2007).
- Phylogenetics programme at Isaac Newton Institute (2007).