Biophysics and Fluids

Biophysics and Fluids (FLUIDS)

The FLUIDS section at the Department of Physics studies biophysics and fluids over a wide range of scales, spanning from macroscopic fluid flows dominated by vortices, through microfluidic flows in lab-on-a-chip systems and biological microchannels, down to flow in nanochannels and bio-mimetic membranes as well as intracellular flows and dynamics.

SUMMER SCHOOL:

COMPLEX MOTION IN FLUIDS, AUGUST 9-15, 2015

For information and photos see here 

The Theoretical Microfluidics Group studies fundamental physics of fluids at the micro- and nanometer scale and performs numerical simulations of idealized physics models and actual lab-on-a-chip devices.

 


Complex Motion in Fluids focuses on experimental and theoretical studies of fluid flows in a variety of physical and biological systems.

 

 

 


Cellular Biophysics research in elastic and viscoelastic properties of and in cells and of vesicles as the simplest model system for a cell.

 

 



The Systems Biophysics Group studies physics of biological systems by applying a combination of experimental and theoretical techniques from fluid dynamics, soft-condensed matter physics and micro-fabrication to open problems in biology.
http://www.fysik.dtu.dk/english/research/fluids
21 JULY 2017