Biophysical Modeling

The Biophysical Modeling group focuses on the modeling and simulation of complex systems that arise in biology and soft condensed matter physics.

Areas of interest include the dynamics of complex and active materials, and aspects of collective behavior and self-assembly in both natural systems (e.g., inside the cell) and synthetic ones. Our approach is based on mathematical modeling and analysis, the development and application of software tools for large-scale biophysical simulation, and close collaboration with experimentalists.

Research Highlights

Upcoming Events

February 2018
  • 27 Tue
    • Lecture 3:00 - 4:30 PM

      Michael Shelley talk at CMU

      Michael Shelley, Ph.D.Group Leader for Biophysical Modeling, CCB, Flatiron Institute
March 2018
April 2018
  • 13 Fri
May 2018
June 2018

Group Members

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