CSBD welcomes new affiliate Christina Kurzthaler

Christina Kurzthaler establishes her new research group "Transport and flows in complex environments“ at the Biological Physics Division at MPI-PKS

The CSBD cordially welcomes Christina Kurzthaler as a new affiliate! Christina joins the Biological Physics Division at MPI-PKS from Princeton University and establishes the research group "Transport and flows in complex environments“. The group aims to unravel physical phenomena arising in soft and active matter, with emphasis on the role of transport and flows for biological systems and microfluidics. Its research topics range from the hydrodynamics of swimming bacteria and their interactions with their environments to the statistical physics of active transport in porous materials to the motion of colloidal suspensions in microfluidic settings. While the group's work is theoretical, it seeks to establish collaborations with experimentalists of the Dresden research community.


Dr. Christina Kurzthaler
Research Group Leader
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPI-PKS) and Center for Systems Biology Dresden (CSBD)
E-mail: ckurzthaler(at)pks.mpg.de