Computational Soft matter Lab

Mission statement

Soft materials show complex features over a wide range of length and time scales. We aim to understand the emergent complexity of soft-matter systems by means of computational methods. Our interdisciplinary effort brings in advanced computational methods, theoretical physics and chemistry, as well as more recent data-driven methods. We collaborate tightly with several groups, including UvA's Computational Science Lab, Amsterdam Center for Multiscale Modeling, and experimental Soft Matter Group.

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Seminar June 11, 15:00: Moumita Das  (Rochester Institute of Technology, New York)

Seminar June 11, 15:00: Moumita Das (Rochester Institute of Technology, New York)

Title: Rigidity, Resilience, and Robustness in Network-like Soft Materials - Insights from Biopolymer Networks and Circadian Colloids

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Seminar May 28, 15:00: Marko Popovic  (Max Planck Institute, Dresden)

Seminar May 28, 15:00: Marko Popovic (Max Planck Institute, Dresden)

Title: Disorder and order of cell packing in developing fly wing

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Seminar May 7, 15:00: Timon Idema  (TU Delft)

Seminar May 7, 15:00: Timon Idema (TU Delft)

Title: From balls and springs to colonies and tissues - a theoretical biophysicist’s perspective

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