This weekly seminar aims at gathering researchers from different fields (physicists, chemists and biologists) and from different institutes in central Paris. The objective is to cover a broad interface between physics, chemistry and biology, including experimental, numerical and/or theoretical approaches. To describe life sciences all scales are needed, from single molecules, to cells, tissues, organs, organisms, and populations. The scope of our seminar encompasses embryonic development, genetic regulation, evolution, biomechanics and cell migration, immunology, microbiology, synthetic biology, etc.
The seminar usually takes place on Fridays, at 1pm, in Salle Favard, IBENS, 46 rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris.
It is jointly organized by António Carlos Costa, Raphaël Janneret (LPENS) and Philippe Marcq (PMMH, ESPCI).
4 February 2022, 1PM
Pierre Ronceray (Centuri – on Zoom)
What can we learn from the stochastic trajectories of biological systems?