Research in our group is interdisciplinary, on the
border between theoretical physics and chemistry, applied
mathematics and biology. We apply theoretical and computational tools from statistical mechanics to study how complex behaviour emerges from the interaction of many individual objects. We are particularly interested in biological physics and the dynamics of soft-matter.
We collaborate closely with other members of the
Oxford Centre for
Soft and Biological Matter and are embedded in
the Condensed Matter Theory group of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, part of the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford.
Louis + Doye Group Molecular Gastronomy Dinner
Snapshot of the reversible self-assembly of a T=1 virus model