TBIO

Theoretical Biophysics & Non-equilibrium Statistical Physics Lab

The TBIO group is Theoretical Biophysics & Non-equilibrium Statistical Physics Lab in the Department of Physics, POSTECH. We are interested in theoretical physics problems in the area of statistical physics, biological physics, and soft matter, which encompasses various topics, including the active dynamics of living matter, human chromosomes, single-molecule biophysics of DNA & membranes, stochastic processes and thermodynamics, etc. More information on the research activities can be found on the page of Research.


Our group is closely connected to the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP)— located within the campus of POSTECH—via the Center’s diverse programs (e.g., the YST postdoctoral program and the visiting program). We are very open-minded to new people. Check more about people and our activities.

Recent News

Prof. Durang’s paper is published in Physical Review Research

Prof. Durang’s paper, Accessing power-law statistics under experimental constraints, is published in Physical Review Research.

Yeongjin Kim and Sungmin Joo’s paper is published in Macromolecules

Yeongjin Kim and Sungmin Joo’s paper, Active Diffusion of Self-Propelled Particles in Flexible Polymer Networks, is published in Macromolecules.

Yeonghoon Kim’s paper is introduced in KPS Webzine

Yeonghoon Kim’s paper, Fractal and Knot-Free Chromosomes Facilitate Nucleoplasmic Transport published in Physical Review Letters 2022, is introduced in KPS Webzine, PHYSICS & HIGH TECHNOLOGY April issue (Article).