Bartlomiej Waclaw

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Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I can offer projects in the area of biophysics/statistical physics. In particular, I am interested in exploring links between the physics of bacteria and biological evolution, and genetic heterogeneity in tumours. These projects can be either theoretical, experimental, or both. Theoretical projects will combine statistical-physics modelling of genetically diverse cellular populations, cell-cell and cell-environment interactions, and will involve molecular-dynamics simulations on multiple scales: from biomolecules to individual bacterial cells to macroscopic populations of cells. Experimental research will focus on how physical properties of bacteria and their environment affect fixation probabilities of drug-resistant mutants. All projects will involve collaborations with world-leading researchers from Edinburgh, Europe, and USA.

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  • 2010

    Mass condensation on networks

    Waclaw, B., Sopik, J., Janke, W. & Meyer-Ortmanns, H., 2010, XI LATIN AMERICAN WORKSHOP ON NONLINEAR PHENOMENA. Anteneodo, C. & DaLuz, MGE. (eds.). BRISTOL: IOP Publishing Ltd., 11 p. (Journal of Physics Conference Series; vol. 246).

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  • 2008

    MONTE CARLO METHODS FOR GENERATION OF RANDOM GRAPHS

    Waclaw, B., Bogacz, L., Burda, Z. & Janke, W., 2008, PATH INTEGRALS: NEW TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES, PROCEEDINGS. Janke, W. & Pelster, A. (eds.). SINGAPORE: WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBL CO PTE LTD, p. 342-345 4 p.

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  • 2007

    Free zero-range processes on networks

    Bogacz, L., Burda, Z., Janke, W. & Waclaw, B., 2007, Noise and Stochastics in Complex Systems and Finance. Kertesz, J., Bornholdt, S. & Mantegna, RN. (eds.). BELLINGHAM: SPIE, p. U224-U234 11 p.

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  • 2005

    Causal and homogeneous networks

    Bialas, P., Burda, Z. & Waclaw, B., 2005, Science of Complex Networks: From Biology to the Internet and WWW. Mendes, JFF., Dorogovtsev, SN., Povolotsky, A., Abreu, FV. & Oliveira, JG. (eds.). MELVILLE: American Institute of Physics, p. 14-28 15 p.

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