On 18 September 2017, the new Master's course in Applied Computational Life Sciences will start in Wädenswil. The IAS is responsible for this promising new specialization in the Master of Science in Life Sciences. Competencies in dealing with digital tools and large data volumes will be central additions to subject specific skills in the future. Acquire these skills and combine them with your subject specific experience and interests, and become a data scientist or simulation expert in your field! Further information on the new specialisation in Applied Computational Life Sciences can be found here.
Master’s students can complete their Master’s thesis at the IAS. In particular, IAS lecturers supervise Master’s students specialising in Applied Computational Life Sciences.