Biophysics Seminar

12:30PM. Held in SCI 352.

August 1st, 2017 to July 31st, 2018. Previous/next year.
Oct16
Sumantra Sarkar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Physicochemical Conditions for Self-Replication" Host: Robert Marsland
Oct23
Severine Atis
Harvard University
"On Growth and Form of Range Expansions at Liquid Interfaces" Host: Kirill Korolev
Nov03
Ben Machta
Princeton University
"When and why is a simpler model better?" Host: Robert Marsland
Nov13
Zak Frentz
Columbia University
"Fate and Chance in Microbial Communities" Host: Robert Marsland
Nov20
Adrian Whitty
Boston University, Chemistry Department
"A Quantitative View of RTK Signaling" Host: Maria Kamenetska
Nov28
Carlos Castro 
Ohio State University
"Design, control, and applications of DNA nanomechanical devices" Host: Maria Kamenetska
Dec04
Ksenia Bravaya 
Boston University, Chemistry Department
"Simulating electron transfer in biomolecules: magnetosensing by cryptochromes" Host: Maria Kamenetska
Dec06
Rob Noble
ETH Zürich
"The mode and predictability of intra-tumour evolution"
Feb05
Robert Marsland
Boston University, Department of Physics
“Statistical Mechanics of Microbial Communities”
Feb12
Nils G. Walter
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
"Single Molecules Come Into Focus: Understanding RNA-Driven Regulation From First Principles" Host: Maria Kamenetska
Feb26
Matthias Schneider
Medical and Biological Physics - Technical University of Dortmund, Germany
From Physics to Living Systems: Pulses, Fluctuations, Transitions and the Living State. Host: Shyamsunder Erramilli
Mar12
Benjamin Allen
Emmanuel College
"Evolutionary dynamics on any population structure" Host: Kirill Korolev
Mar19
Daniel Amor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"The fate of microbial invaders in multi-stable laboratory ecosystems" Host: Kirill Korolev
Mar26
Katja Taute
Rowland Institute at Harvard
“High-throughput 3D tracking enables multiscale analysis of bacterial motility behavior” Host: Kirill Korolev
Mar29
Derek Lovley
University of Massachusetts Amherst
"Electrically Conductive Protein Nanowires: A Revolutionary Electronic Material"
Apr09
Vijaya Kolachalama
Boston University School of Medicine
Biophysics Seminar TBA Host: Kirill Korolev
Apr23
Ashley Carter
Amherst College
"Studying the dramatic looping of DNA in sperm using single molecule assays" Host: Maria Kamenetska
Apr30
Christopher Gabel
Boston University School of Medicine
"THE BREAKDOWN OF NEURAL CIRCUIT FUNCTION UNDER VOLATILE ANESTHESIA: IN VIVO, MULTINEURONAL IMAGING IN C. ELEGANS"
May07
Carey Nadell
Dartmouth College
"Cooperation and competition for space in bacterial biofilms" Host: Kirill Korolev