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2nd Biology for Physics Conference – Thanks to our Sponsors!

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Entropy is an international and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed open access journal of entropy and information studies, published monthly online by MDPI. The International Society for the Study of Information (IS4SI) and Spanish Society of Biomedical Engineering (SEIB) are affiliated with Entropy and their members receive a discount on the article processing charge.

We are building a DNA nanotechnology sensor platform with the potential to disrupt industries like proteomics and DNA sequencing. We do so by engineering structures made from DNA that have the ability to act as nano-scale machines. We are conducting joint R&D projects with major biotech companies and have become one of six projects backed by SPRIND (Germany’s Federal Agency for Disruptive Innovation). We are growing fast and always looking for new talent to join us.


The University of Barcelona Institute of Complex Systems is a multidisciplinary research institution participated by members of the University of Barcelona. Its aim is to study complex systems in different contexts and from different perspectives, covering areas such as fundamental complexity, living systems, complex materials, and social sciences. 

EMBO is an organization of more than 1,800 leading researchers that promotes excellence in the life sciences in Europe and beyond. The major goals of the organization are to support talented researchers at all stages of their careers, stimulate the exchange of scientific information, and help build a research environment where scientists can achieve their best work.



With the establishment of the new Integrative Center for Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics (iCEED), the University of Leipzig is currently developing a new, interdisciplinary focus at the interphase between physics and biology. The central goal of iCEED is to identify multi-scale mechanisms of self-organization in living systems and to use them for the prediction and control of emergent phenomena.
The iCEED will consist of a core group of three newly appointed professorships across the theory-experiment and physics-biology divides.
Opportunity: The center is currently looking for several postdocs to work on a wide range of theoretical and experimental projects.
Interested candidates may contact Oskar Hallatschek about these openings, concrete projects and / or the practicalities of applying for these positions.


The Department of Medicine and Life Sciences (MELIS) was founded in 1998 by the Pompeu Fabra University, a young and public research university born in 1990 and called to become one of the leading European universities. Within this framework, the great challenge of MELIS has been to successfully develop a project where research and teaching are firmly integrated. MELIS is strategically located within the Barcelona’s Biomedical Research Park, one of the largest hubs of biomedical research in southern Europe.

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The main goal of the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of the University of Barcelona (IN2UB) is to coordinate and enhance multidisciplinary research among groups from the Faculties of Chemistry, Physics, Pharmacy and Food Sciences, Biology, Earth Sciences and Medicine and Health Sciences working at the nanoscale, combining basic and applied research to a wide range of fields, such as biomedicine and biotechnology, information technologies, energy production and storage, materials science, quantum technology or catalysis.


The Small Biosystems Lab is located in the Department of Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Barcelona. It was created in 2005 by Dr Felix Ritort and is currently a global benchmark in combining theory and experiments to research the thermodynamics and non-equilibrium behaviour of small systems using single-molecule methods. His research has pioneered the use of single-molecule methods in Spain and his research group is a world-renowned member of the Catalan Research Network (AGAUR) and Spanish National Network of Biomedical Research Centres (CIBER). His research has been funded by several Catalan, Spanish, European and international agencies.

Learn more about our work in the “Research” section of this website.


EPL: A letters journal exploring the frontiers of Physics
EPL is published under the scientific policy and control of the European Physical Society by EDP Sciences, IOP Publishing and the Società Italiana di Fisica for a partnership of 17 European physical societies (the EPL Association). EPL (formerly Europhysics Letters) is a physics letters journal. It aims at publishing short papers containing new results, ideas, concepts, experimental methods and theoretical treatments.



Sponsorship Contact

For more information, please contact Mrs Helfenstein

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