We develop and use tools of equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics to understand the behavior of complex systems in physical chemistry, soft condensed matter physics, and biophysics. Specific research directions include: Statistical mechanics of driven systems and self assembly out of equilibrium, information processing and control in biology, and studies of aqueous fluctuations in heterogeneous environments with the goal of developing coarse grained models for efficient multiscale chemical and biophysical simulations.
March 2017: Michael awarded NSF Fellowship. Congratualations, Michael!
March 2017: Laura Tociu joins the group. Welcome!
February 2017: Sloan Fellowship (2017) awarded to the group
January 2017: Kinjal's paper in collaboration with Gardel group accepted in PNAS
Postdoctoral positions available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details