by the NTZ
The rapid development of new micro-manipulation techniques has
recently produced compelling evidence that biological function is often
closely linked to the mechanical and dynamical properties of
biomaterials. Accordingly, there is increasing interest of soft
matter physicists in possible biological implications and applications
of their work, while many biological physicists now encounter soft
matter problems in their research. To meet the need of this growing
community to survey this exceptionally broad and interdisciplinary
research, we are planning to host a small pedagogical workshop.
The date is chosen such as to allow those interested to stay for the
subsequent conference Diffusion
the program as PDF.