This group has been created with the mission to develop bioinformatics and mathematical modeling tools for Systems Biology and its implications in biotechnology and medicine. In the forthcoming period, the laboratory will consolidate its actions in modeling of biological networks and its applications in studying biological factories and in developing new algorithms for assembling complex genome and metagenomes from third generation technologies. In parallel, the laboratory will develop numerical biomedicine research to provide technologies that improve medical diagnosis in terms of accuracy, robustness and patient safety. The main objective is to provide mathematical analysis and numerical simulation of a variety of biophysical models and biomedical inverse techniques (SPECT, PET, MRI, MRE, etc.) to understand, optimize and improve the existing medical algorithms.