International Research Cooperation

Member of CNRS Federation GO-SEE2018->

GO-SEE – Global Oceans Systems Ecology & Evolution. This research federation includes unites 9 French partners (including the ‘Tara Expeditions’ Foundation) and 11 international teams in order to address fundamental issues in ocean ecology and evolution and applied blue biotechnology.

INRIA Associate team IntegrativeBioChile: 2011-2013 & 2014-2016

Mathomics is an associate team of INRIA-France through the project IntegrativeBioChile developed in collaboration with the Dyliss team at INRIA-Rennes.

Each year, the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (INRIA) launches an international call in order to finance new projects that run through the associated teams. This program aims at promoting and developing scientific collaborations between INRIAS’s project-teams and excellent research teams throughout the world.

The selections of the associated teams is done considering the scientific goals of each project as well as the exchange program and the quality of partners. In particular, IntegrativeBioChile will use mathematical and computational methods in order to explore and integrate heterogeneous biological data and be able to produce reliable interaction networks at regulatory and metabolic level.

Member of CIRIC Project INRIA-Chile: 2012-2014

CIRIC is a Center of Excellence created in 2012 dedicated to investigation and innovation in technologies of information and communications (ICT). It is an IINRIA project funded for ten years, executed with nine Chilean universities and supported by CORFO.

Mathomics is the leader of the Omics Sciences research line. It includes genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics and metabolomics. Our aims is to develop a bioinformatics platform and to structure a set of consulting services based on modules to integrate and analyze large sets of heterogeneous omics data, in order to produce networks of biological interaction and biomarkers involved in a productive system.

This project is developed in cooperation with two INRIA teams in France:

  1. Bamboo: An algorithmic view on genomes, cells, and environments. Leader: Marie FranceSagot (
  2. Dyliss: Dynamics, logics and inference for biological systems and sequences. Leader: Anne Siegel (