Living systems are essentially non-equilibrium open systems that exhibit a variety of complex behaviors at different spatio-temporal scales, such as metabolism and information processing in a single cell, collective movement or morphogenesis in a cell population, and evolutionary dynamics. Elucidating what general principles can exist in such complex systems is one of the ultimate purposes of biological research. In this meeting, we aim to analyze and understand various phenomena in living systems from the viewpoint of statistical mechanics.

Schedule and Venue
August 3-5, 2023
21 Komaba Center for Educational Excellence (21 KOMCEE), Komaba-campus, The University of Tokyo, Japan.

Nen Saito (Hiroshima University)
Shuji Ishihara (University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Sawai (University of Tokyo)
Ayaka Sakata (Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
Yusuke Himeoka (University of Tokyo)
Yusuke Maeda (Kyusyu University)
Chikara Furusawa (RIKEN / University of Tokyo)

28th International Conference on Statistical Physics (STATPHYS28)

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