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 term 2018
Start: 12.15 pm - 2.00 pm
Room: Seminarroom 3 (A.03.101)
Faculty of Physics
17.04.2018 Dr. Thomas Leonard (Campus Vienna Biocenter, Vienna) host: J. Enderlein
15.05.2018 Prof. Rudi Podgornik (School of Physical Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences) host: A. Godec
22.05.2018 Prof. Christof Gebhardt (Institute for Biophysics, University of Ulm) host: F. Rehfeldt
29.05.2018 Prof. Burkhard Geil (Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Universität Göttingen) host: S. Köster
05.06.2018 Prof. Maria Garcia-Parajo (The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Imperial College, UK) host: J. Enderlein
08.06.2018 Prof. Gijsje Koenderink (Biological Soft Matter Group, AMOLF, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL) host: C. Steinem
19.06.2018 Dr. Sophia Rudorf (Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Munich) host:K. Alim
03.07.2018 Prof. Chayan Kanti Nandi (Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, India) host: A. Chizhik