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SFB 937 "Collective behavior of soft and biological matter"

2nd funding period: 2015 -1018
1st funding period: 2011 - 2014

Living systems are structurally complex, heterogeneous, and by definition out of thermodynamic equilibrium. In condensed matter physics, the complex behavior of many-particle systems has been very successfully analyzed with the concepts of statistical physics. The strength of a statistical approach is the capability to efficiently describe the collective behavior of large systems with many interacting degrees of freedom.



Summer-semester 2016
Start. 12.00 am - approx. 2 pm
location: Seminarraum 3 (A.03.101)

12.04.2016 Jun.-Prof. Dr. Franziska Lautenschläger (Saarland University) host: F. Rehfeldt

14.04.2016 Prof. Dr. Jürgen Klingauf (University Münster) host: C. Steinem - joint colloquium with SFB 803
Attention: 5.15 pm lecture hall 2 Friedrich-Hund-Platz 1

26.04.2016 Prof. Robert Insall (CR-UK Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Glasgow) host: M. Tarantola

10.05.2016 Dr. rer.nat. Timo Betz (University of Münster) host: C. Schmidt

31.05.2016 Dr. Milica Radisic (University Toronto) host: W.-H. Zimmermann

07.06.2016 Dr. Ilia Platzman (MPI for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart) host: M. Tarantola

21.06.2016 Prof. Dr. Robert Ros (guest scientists of the Arizona State University) host: J. Enderlein

28.06.2016 Prof. Ralph Camberlin (Arizona State University) host: J. Enderlein

05.07.2016 Prof. Dr. Holger Kress (University of Bayreuth) host: F. Rehfeldt

Winter Semester 2016/2017:
18.10.2016 Dr. Benjamin Friedrich (TU Dresden) host: C. Schmidt

01.11.2016 Prof. Plamen Ivanov (Boston Univ. & Harvard Medical School) host: U. Parlitz and M. Mazza

15.11.2016 Prof. Dr. Matthias F. Schneider (TU Dortmund) host: F. Rehfeldt

29.11.2016 Dr. Ilia Platzman (MPI for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart) host: M. Tarantola

13.12.2016 Prof. Dr. Thomas Franosch (University of Innsbruck) host: K. Alim, C. Heussinger