Research in the natural computing group covers theoretical foundations, the development of new algorithms, and interdisciplinary applications of natural computing methods.
The driving force behind their research is the mission to increase the understanding of natural systems as models of computation, with a focus on the development of new algorithms and applications to challenging problems. They investigate fundamental aspects of those algorithms as well as their applications to practical problems, including e.g. medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical, physics, and engineering applications, as well as business applications ranging from portfolio optimization to forecasting.
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