How do fundamental physical laws constrain life processes inside the
cell, shaping biological function? This course explores the
nonequilibrium statistical physics of cellular machines: the molecular
motors driving cell movement, the chaperones that assist protein
folding, the information-processing circuitry of genetic
networks. We will introduce the theoretical models that underlie the
latest research findings, and explore the challenges of understanding
the stochastic dynamics of complex systems. A detailed list of topics
can be found in the syllabus
|Michael Hinczewski (firstname.lastname@example.org, homepage)
|MWF 3:20 - 4:10pm, Rockefeller 304
|Thurs. 12-1pm, Fri. 2:30-3pm, 4:15-5pm, Rockefeller 225C
The lecture notes
the main reference for the course, supplemented by
research articles related to the problem sets.
Details will be covered in the first class.