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Nicolás Tizón-Escamilla (CPT)

What can we learn from fluctuations in living active materials?

Team: Out-of-equilibrium Mechanics (CPT - CENTURI)

His background

Present | Postdoctoral fellow - Out-of-equilibrium Mechanics team (CPT - CENTURI)

2014 - 2019 | PhD, University of Granada (Spain)

2013 | MSc degree in Physics and Mathematics, University of Granada, Spain

About his postdoctoral project

Nicolás Tizón-Escamilla graduated from the University of Granada with a PhD dissertation on symmetry-breaking structures of fluctuations in nonequilibrium systems. Nicolás is joining the OM team to answer a fundamental question: what can we learn from fluctuations in living active materials? The objective is to derive new theoretical tools (eg. generalised fluctuation-dissipation theorems) paving the way to a new understanding of the relation between forces and flow in flowing active materials (eg. epithelial tissues or embryos).

 

 

 
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