The research of the theory group concerns aspects of soft-condensed matter physics.
In addition to traditionnal systems such as polymers and membranes, our interest comprises problems motivated by medical biotechnology, health technologies and new technologies for energy.
This topics include, for example, modeling of DNA chips as well as data analysis for protein microarrays and artificial tongues. Other research topics pursued in the group include polymeric at interfaces, ionic transport in membranes.
These topics are of fundamental importance in soft-condensed matter and this focus is motivated by applications involving the physical-chemistry of nano-objects.
Specific interests are particular to researchers.
This is a list of the permanent researchers working in the theory group with keywords :
- Arnaud Buhot : Theory of DNA chips and biomolecules, Data analysis for protein chips.
- Stefano Mossa : Theory of soft matter, Theory of transport and diffusion in confined media.
PhD students :
- Timothée Menais : Numerical simulations of Biopolymer Translocation through Nanopores.
- Ponnuchamy Veerapandian : Numerical Simulations of Lithium Transport in Classical Electrolytes for Batteries.
- Samuel Hanot : Numerical Simulations of Ionic Transport in Model Systems of Membranes for Fuel Cells.
- Bertrand Fourcade : membranes, polymeric chains and flexible interfaces, physics of cellular adhesion and motility.
- Avi Halperin : Soft Matter Theory, Hydro-Soluble Polymers, Biopolymers.
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