High Impact Factor Q1 Paper

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Kamaludin A Dingle, associate professor at Mathematics & Natural Science Department, and a principle investigator at The Center for Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics (CAMB), has recently published a high impact factor (IF=11.2) Q1 paper under the title: Symmetry and simplicity spontaneously emerge from the algorithmic nature of evolution, in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, as a co-first author.


Please see the link to the paper:



The paper attracted media attention. So far, 28 media outlets have mentioned the paper (examples below):





We would like to Congratulate Dr. Dingle for this worthy achievement.