Joseph O Indekeu, Kristian K. Müller-Nedebock, “BLUES function method in computational physics”, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 51, 165201 (2018) http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/aab345 or https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.10090. Here is a popular summary prepared by Joseph Indekeu: BLUES function method In the 17th century, with the invention of calculus, Newton and Leibniz introduced differential equations. In linear differential equations the unknown function appears… Read More »
Title: Influence of weak reversible cross-linkers on entangled polymer melt dynamics Authors: Mohau J. Mateyisi and Jens-Uwe Sommer and Kristian K. Müller-Nedebock and Gert Heinrich http://arxiv.org/abs/1712.03868
Stanard Mebwe Pachong and Kristian Müller-Nedebock “Active force maintains the stability of a contractile ring” European Physical Journal E (2017) 40:91 DOI:10.1140/epje/i2017-11581-9 We discuss how motors in the contractile ring bring about its stability, separating the effects of the activity and the networking.
Ms Stanard Mebwe Pachong shall be presenting the public part of her Ph.D. defence at 09:00 on Wednesday, 26 April 2017. Venue: Seminar Room of the Merensky Building for Physics.
Please note that the deadline for application for the scholarships has lapsed. A limited number of MSc and PhD studentships are available for potential students who wish to pursue graduate research in the group of Kristian Müller-Nedebock, starting in 2017. These are generously awarded by the National Research Foundation. Should you be interested in a research… Read More »
Congratulations to Jurgen Kriel on being awarded an MSc in Physiological Sciences under the expert supervision of Ben Loos.
We welcome interest in joining the post-graduate research programme in this group. Please peruse the pages on this site to see what kind of research on this site. For 2018 and beyond the efforts in the group will focus on the following issues: Active matter (in particular further exploration of motility assays, active gels, etc.)… Read More »
One of the traditional, one-day winter schools preceding the Annual Conference of the South African Institute of Physics this year will be on The Biophysics of Cells and Macromolecules. Please watch the conference web site for details that will be added there in the coming weeks. This year the conference is being held at the University of Cape Town.
The Physics Department at Stellenbosch University is again holding an open event on 3 May 2016, starting at 17:30, with laboratory tours, demonstrations, and a public lecture. Please see OpenDay and http://www.sun.ac.za/english/Lists/Events/DispForm.aspx?ID=3128.