A good colleague of mine is starting a computational genomics group at the CBGP institute in Madrid.
They focuses on the use and development of comparative (meta-)genomic methods to decipher what makes each organism and ecosystem unique. They study processes such as gene loss and duplication, speciation, functional conservation and horizontal gene transfer. For this, they combine theoretical knowledge in evolutionary biology, tons of sequencing data, and high performance computational resources.
Please make sure to check the open PhD and postdoctoral opportunities at http://compgenomics.org/jobs/