The overarching scientific aim of DTU ACTIVE is to develop and apply new concepts of active matter across biological scales to allow new perspectives on the multiscale organisation of life.
For this, 14 PhD candidates will work on molecular, cellular and population levels and their interactions using complementary approaches from quantum physics, stochastic thermodynamics, machine learning and molecular biology as detailed in PhD projects.
DTU ACTIVE: Key Goals
DTU ACTIVE: 14 PhD Projects
DTU Active: How to Apply?
DTU ACTIVE Coordinator: Massimiliano ESPOSITO (DPhyMS)
Supervisors: Alex Skupin (LCSB), Alexander Tkatchenko (DPhyMS), Anupam Sengupta (DPhyMS), Carole Linster (LSCB), Jorge Goncalves (LCSB), Massimiliano Esposito (DPhyMS), Stéphane Bordas (CES), Thomas Schmidt (DPhyMS) and, Etienne Fodor and other future Soft Matter position in DPhyMS