He is the director of the Small Biosystems Lab and full professor in Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Barcelona. Since 2014 he has served as chairman of the Division of Life Sciences in Physics of the European Physical Society. He started his research in the area of spin glasses in the nineties. His group is a worldwide reference in combining theory and experiments to investigate the thermodynamics and nonequilibrium behavior of small systems using single molecule methods.
Seminar RNA sequencing technologies for health and disease monitoring: single-cell patch-seq in diabetes and cell-free RNA in fetal-maternal health
Aula 3.20 (3rd floor Physics building), 20th December 2018, 12:00
Joan Camuñas Soler, Stanford University (USA)
Seminar The temporal scaling of C. elegans ageing
Aula 3.20 (3rd floor of Physics building),
14th November 2018 , 10:30 am Postponed sine die
Nicholas Stroustrup, Centre de Recerca Genòmica (Barcelona)
Report on the 1st Biology for Physics Conference:
Is there new Physics in Living Matter?
Barcelona, January 2017
Organised and sponsored by: European Physical Society, UB, EPFL, IN2-UB, Obra Social “la Caixa”, EMBO and Small Biosystems Lab
The journal Science publishes our article Experimental measurement of binding energy, selectivity, and allostery using fluctuation theorems
27th January 2017
Authors: J. Camunas-Soler, A. Alemany and F. Ritort