Peter Beerli

 
 

I like working with computers and applying math to biological problems that are difficult to solve. I teach computational evolutionary biology, inferences in conservation genetics, introduction to scientific computing, and discrete computer algorithms. My lab seminars revolve around understanding the methods in maths and computer implementations of population genetic inferences or phylogenetic inferences.

 







http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-3638-2009

Migrate website

Estimation of gene flow and other population genetic parameters.

Direct link to preview-directory of Migrate

Lucrezia Bieler

Papercuttings and other fine art.

Favored links

http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=N3oasbQAAAAJ&hl=en

Me in a hands-on  dissection exercise at a conservation genetics workshop