Published on Mon, 29 Nov 2021
ONLINE LECTURE30 November 2021 // 4.40pm
By definition, living matter is far from thermal equilibrium. It can exhibit rich dynamics, including self-organized pattern formation, but also stochastic dynamics due to small-number fluctuations, all of which have physiological relevance. We are only at the beginning to find theoretical description of these complex systems, which requires suitable coarse-graining and often multi-scale modeling.
Read more … Prof. Benjamin Friedrich - Inaugural Lecture: Dynamics in cells and tissues: Synchronization in cilia carpets
Published on Wed, 24 Nov 2021
TU Dresden has been one of the 21 partners of Software Campus since 2017. Here, master's and doctoral students of computer science receive further training and are prepared for leadership positions. In the process, participants in the program lead their own IT research project and manage the entire process independently. They receive support from experienced leaders. Each project is funded by the BMBF with up to 100,000 euros over a period of two years.
Read more … TU Dresden celebrates 10th anniversary with Software Campus
In cooperation with the City of Dresden and the Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe/DRK, vaccinations against Covid-19 will be offered directly on the campus of TU Dresden for all members of the university and external interested persons – even without an appointment!
When?November 29 – December 22, from Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 4:30 pm(appointments bookable from November 26, 12 pm)
More information here.
Published on Thu, 18 Nov 2021
The C’NANO Conference 2021 will take place in Toulouse from 23 to 25 November 2021 with a MEMO satellite workshop entitled "Single molecule mechanics on a surface: gears, motors and cars". On 23 November 2021, 6pm all the Nanocar Race II teams officially registered will present their first molecule-car prototype to the public. Follow their presentations life via YouTube! Prior to the general presentation, the MEMO project coordinator Dr. Francesca Moresco from cfaed (Single Molecule Machines Group, TU Dresden - cfaed, Germany) will give a talk on “Mechanics with molecules: motors and gears working under the STM tip”.
Read more … LIVESTREAM: MEMO's Nanocar Race II @ C’NANO Conference - 23rd Nov, 2021
Published on Fri, 12 Nov 2021
Unter dem Motto "Physik des Lebens: Wie Nano-Motoren Bewegung ins Leben bringen" gastieren Prof. Benjamin Friedrich (Physics of Life / cfaed) und Dr. Veikko Geyer (Center for Molecular Bioengineering - B CUBE) am 13.11. in der traditionsreichen Vorlesungsreihe "Physik am Samstag". Die seit 21 Jahren an der Fakultät Physik veranstaltete Experimentalvorlesung für Schülerinnen und Schüler zieht unter Normalbedingungen zwischen 500 und 600 Besucher:innen an!
Read more … Prof. Benjamin Friedrich / Dr. Veikko Geyer zu Gast in der Kultvorlesung "Physik am Samstag"
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