The Turing Centre deciphers the complexity and the dynamics of living systems
CENTURI federates a growing community of biologists, physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers. Numerous teaching and research institutes are involved in our project. Interdisciplinarity is the core principle of the Turing Centre and is central to our activity in research, education and technology.
Physics of Living Matter 15
October 01 & 02, 2020 | Online Webinar
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Forum Emploi Maths takes place at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie the 13th December 2017. The opportunity for CENTURI to present the MSc “Computational & Mathematical Biology”.
CENTURI is recruiting an engineer to oversee our tech platform.
CENTURI will welcome engineer students from the Ecole Centrale Marseille on the 5th December 2017.
CENTURI Postdoc call 2020
CENTURI is recruiting up to 8 Postdocs to start from October 2020, for two years! Recruited candidates will join our vibrant interdisciplinary community in Marseille (France). Applications to our call will be open until April 17. Candidates can either apply to one of the advertised CENTURI projects or submit their own project, providing that…
Physics of Living Matter is back in Marseille
For the second time, PLM is co-organised by Cambridge University and the Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI). Physics of Living Matter (PLM 15) will take place in Marseille, France, on October 1st and 2nd, 2020!
CENTURI PhD call 2020 |18 open positions in Marseille
The Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI) wishes to attract talented PhD students to the Luminy campus. To do so, CENTURI will fund up to 18 PhD positions to start in 2020.
CENTURI recruits group leaders – Apply now
CENTURI seeks to attract outstanding computer scientists, physicists, or mathematicians with a theoretical and/or computational biology project.
CENTURI 2019 Scientific meeting – A rich and exciting scientific time in Cargèse
In early October 2019, CENTURI organised the 2019 edition of its annual scientific meeting. Entitled “Self-organization in multicellular systems”, the conference gathered about 90 participants in Cargèse (Corsica, France)