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The research group has moved to Emory Physics/Biology in 2009, and is still growing.
We are interested in theoretical physics problems on the interface of physics and biology. We work to understand how biological systems, such as molecular cells, organisms, and populations learn from their surrounding environment and respond to it (we call this "biological information processing"). The dream is that this may lead eventually to understanding the basics of how we can function reliably in an ever changing world.
- Physics 511A, 2012: Graduate Electrodynamics, Emory
- Computational Neuroscience Methods Clinic, 2012, Emory
- Physics 380, 2011: Information Processing in Biology, Emory
- Physics 142: Electricity and magnetism, Emory
- Current Conferences
- The q-bio Conference and Summer School -- the conference.
- 11th International Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology (CMSB 2013)
We collaborate with many other scientists, and are always open to making new friends. Here's a list of some of the closest collaborators over the last few years. In alphabetical order:
Friends and Mentors in Old Times
As they say in Russian: Tell me who your friend is, and I will tell you who you are. True, indeed... So below is a (partial) alphabetical list of people I have worked with and have learned from.
Ronald Adler, Nilanjana Banerjee, William Bialek, Stanislav Boldyrev, Andrea Califano, Curtis Callan, Leonid Demikhovsky, Adrienne Fairhall, Gerald Fisher, Sergei Gukov, William Hlavacek, Timothy Holy, Ilya Mandel, Adam Margolin, Akakii Melikidze, Jonathan Miller, Andrei Mikhailov, Albert Minkevich, Olexei Motrunich, John Naud, Vipul Periwal, Mikhail Polozov, Alexander Polyakov, Valentin Rusak, Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck, Susanna Still, Gustavo Stolovitzky, Timur Shutenko, Alex Silbergleit, Anatoly Spitkovsky, late Howard Stone, Naftali Tishby, Michael Wall, Kai Wang, Chris Wiggins, Betty Young.