O. Stiehl et al., Monitoring Subcellular Stress Response via a Cell-permeant Rotor Dye
J Fluoresc. 28, 605-613 (2018)
AWARD: Congrats to Philipp Struntz for obtaining the EPL poster prize of the Biological Physics division during the 2018 DPG spring meeting in Berlin!
L. Stadler et al., Non-equilibrium forces drive the anomalous diffusion of telomeres in the nucleus of mammalian cells
New J. Phys. 19, 113048 (2017)
R. Fickentscher et al., Physical determinants of asymmetric cell divisions in the early development of Caenorhabditis elegans
Sci. Rep. 7, 9369 (2017)
S. Böckler et al., Fusion, fission, and transport control asymmetric inheritance of mitochondria and protein aggregates
J. Cell Biol. 216, 2481 (2017)
O. Stiehl et al., Heterogeneity of crowded cellular fluids on the meso- and nanoscale
Soft Matter 12, 9413 - 9416 (2016)
R. Fickentscher et al., Setting the Clock for Fail-Safe Early Embryogenesis
Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 188101 (2016)
Welcome to the web pages of the Chair for Experimental Physics I
Research in the Weiss group addresses challenging problems at the interface of physics and biology. The focus of our research is on a quantitative understanding of dynamic self-organization processes in living matter, e.g. complex intracellular transport processes, organelle formation and homeostasis, and dynamics and self-organization of cells during embryogenesis.
We mainly address these dynamic phenomena with advanced light microscopy techniques in combination with several simulation approaches.
Lab space and technical personnel are shared with the biophysics group of Prof. Holger Kress.