Physical approaches to understand microbial life (Paris 28 aout- 6 septembre)

Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to announce the opening of a PALM international summer school Microbiophysics 2018 entitled


It will take place in the south of Paris at Gif-sur-Yvette (France), from August 28th to September 06th.

This PALM international and multidisciplinary summer school aims to bring together world-leading physicists and biologists interested in microbial life, international students (masters students, graduate students, post-docs) and young and senior scientists, to provide a comprehensive overview of the current progress, and to stimulate further interactions and collaborations. Microbiology lecturers will introduce the fundamental concepts of microbes and will present the most recent research results in biology while physics lecturers will expose the many facets of the current biophysical understanding of microbial processes.

This School is funded by the « Laboratory of excellence » PALM (Physics : Atoms, Light and Matter)


The lecturers : Rosalind Allen, Harold Auradou, Bonnie Bassler, Romain Briandet, Marco Cosentino Lagomarsino, Nicolas Desprat, Jean-Marc Ghigo, Raymond Goldstein, KC Huang, Terry Hwa, Edo Kussell, Christian Marlière, Bianca Sclavi, Agnese Seminara, Victor Sourjik, Howard Stone, Aleksandra Walczak.

The organizers (Pietro Cicuta, Knut Drescher, Eric Raspaud)


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