The research group included ERABLE project (European Research team in Algorithms and Biology, formaL and Experimental) at Inria (Marie France Sagot) and Life Science group at CWI (Stougie, Pissis) were awarded with other partners an EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) consortium grant for ALPACA (Algorithms for PAngenome Computational Analysis).
The research project will run for four years, and it involves a total funding of 3.67 million euros. The network will train 14 PhD researchers, including one at CWI. The project started in January 2020.
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