Seminar: Physics of Early Life – Übersicht
Which biophysical processes could lead to the first living systems? How can Darwinian evolution be triggered by nonequilibrium processes? Can we build the strategies of life bottom up in the lab? The minimal requirements for the emergence of an evolutionary dynamics are three processes: replication, mutation, and selection. To maintain the genetic simulation, also a nonequilibrium system is needed. We will discuss recent progress in understanding this phase transition from nonliving to living matter. Topics will include experimental and theoretical treatments.
Informationen zur Vorlesung
Zeit und OrtFriday 12.30-14.00 Kleiner Physikhörsaal N020
The Seminar is geared towards Masterstudents, however talented, late Bachelorstudents willing to digg deep into more special concepts are also welcome. Papers will focus on recent advances on the topic. The Topics + Papers can downloaded below as one zip-file.
Prof. Dieter Braun
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3.6. Topic #25: Zhuannan Hong
10.6. Topic #23: No Seminar => Talk of Lara postponed to later time
1.7. Topic #30: Christiane Brummer
8.7. Topic #31: Youlin Zhang
Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: Dieter Braun