The assembly, force generation and organization of cytoskeletal polymers lies at the basis of many essential cellular processes. The research objective of this group is to gain a quantitative understanding of the physics behind these cytoskeleton-based processes. This is achieved through a combination of in vitro experiments in simplified physically and biochemically controlled microfabricated environments, theoretical modelling and, increasingly, experiments in living cells.
27 January 2022
Congratulations to Thibaud van Eupen for his BEP thesis!
13 December 2021
Congratulations to Celine Alkemade for her PhD thesis!
19 July 2021
Congratulations to Sophie Mans for her BEP thesis!
05 July 2021
Congratulations to Catalina IJspeert for her BEP thesis!
24 June 2021
Congratulations to Charlie van Dijl for her BEP thesis!
17 May 2021
Congratulations to Harmen Wierenga for his PhD thesis!