For Novice to Expert Users
If you’re entering the next-generation sequencing space for the first time, Computomics can assist you in developing a sequencing strategy, and offer consultation from library prep through your detailed data analysis.
If you’re an experienced bioinformatician with too many projects on your plate, Computomics can help develop data analysis pipelines or process large quantities of data to help ease your workload.
Collaborations with Academic Institutions
University of Tübingen
Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich
Collaborations with Companies
CeGaT is a Next-Generation Sequencing service provider.
Menlo Park, CA, USA
PacBio develops sequencing solutions for scientists that propel the field of genomics, improve science and research, and create positive impact globally.
United Nations Global Compact
New York, USA
The UN Global Compact is a call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals.
Crop Science Society of America
Madison, WI, USA
Crop scientists focus on improving crops and agricultural productivity while effectively managing pests and weeds.
Verein zur Förderung der Biotechnologie und Medizintechnik
This society helps regional companies and research instituts to strengthen the position of the region as a distinguished location for biotechnology and medical engineering.
Science2Start Ideenwettbewerb 2011/2012
The Science2Start Ideenwettbewerb prices scientists and founders for life-science-concepts with economic potential.
Innovation Award 2015
Selects regional industrial, technical and technological service companies for exemplary efforts in the development of new products, methods and technological service or the use of modern technology in products, production or service.
The CyberOne Hightech Award Baden-Württemberg is looking for technology-oriented start-ups with innovative business concepts.
Computomics utilizes cutting edge bioinformatics tools to offer highly accurate, customized service projects to companies across the globe.
We help navigate the complexities of all genomes. Our advanced machine-learning methods enable rapid understanding of genomic data for agricultural, biotech, microbiome, and metabolomics researchers.
We provide our clients with thorough consultation on their sequencing projects, with in-depth analysis of their genomic data, and with comprehensive reports.
Hear from our Clients
"I am absolutely pleased with the service, communication, speed, and the quality of the results. I look forward to working together in the future."
— G. Keith Rufener II, Becks Superior Hybrids
"Computomics annotated a complex coffee genome for us in about 6 weeks allowing for a timely release. Their staff was highly interactive resulting in a high quality annotation."
— Allen Van Deynze, Director of Research, Seed Biotechnology Center and Associate Director, Plant Breeding Center University of California, Davis
Dr. Sebastian J. Schultheiss
Advanced degree in bioinformatics from University of Tübingen. PhD for NGS data and web service analysis at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology and at the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society, Tübingen. Expert for NGS data analysis, cloud computing and our analysis pipeline.
Scientific Advisory Board Members
Prof. Dr. Detlef Weigel
Scientific Director Plant Genomics
Director of the Molecular Biology Department at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen.
Expert in molecular biology of plants.
Prof. Dr. Daniel Huson
Scientific Director Metagenomics
Professor of Algorithms in Bioinformatics, University of Tübingen.
Expert in metagenomics.
Prof. Dr. Gunnar Rätsch
Scientific Director Transcriptomics
Associate Professor at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York.
Expert in transcriptomics and machine learning.
Prof. Dr. Karsten Borgwardt
Scientific Director Machine Learning
Professor of Data Mining in the Life Sciences at University of Tübingen.
Expert in machine learning.
Strategic Advisory Board Members
Dr. Ralf Allrutz
Co-founder and former member of the Advisory Board of science + computing AG, Tübingen.
Former Head of Agilent Technologies Deutschland GmbH and founder of Reinhard Hamburger Business Coaching, Wildberg.
Computomics is based in the university town of Tübingen, situated in the Southwest of Germany, but serves clients all over the world. We also have offices in Davis, California and Madison, Wisconsin.
Phone: +49 7071 568 3995