Tanniemola B. Liverpool
Professor of Theoretical Physics
Theoretical Soft Matter and Biological Physics
BA Natural Sciences (Physics) Cambridge University
PhD (Theoretical Physics) Cambridge University
I am in the Applied Section of the School of Mathematics at Bristol. My research primarily involves theoretical descriptions of complex fluids (membranes, polymers, gels, ...). I am increasingly interested in the study of "soft biological matter" (DNA, proteins, the cytoskeleton, gene regulation, ...), and the organising principles behind this highly interesting active (living) state of matter. My approach to these problems is always from the angle (point of view) of a condensed matter physicist (or statistical mechanic).
In addition I teach the odd course or two.
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