Published on Wed, 13 Jun 2018
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How the bicep tenses is no longer a secret. In every muscle cell there are so-called myofibrils, which contract at the same time. They are responsible for muscle movement. Each of these fibrils represents an exact pattern of hundreds of identical units consisting of different protein molecules. However, it is not yet understood how these individual building blocks arrange themselves into highly regular patterns during embryonic development or healing processes. An interdisciplinary team involving the physicist Dr. Benjamin Friedrich (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden - cfaed, TU Dresden) has now acquired a research contract from the "Human Frontier Science Program" to investigate this question.
Read more … Muscle Growth in the Computer: International Team Wants to Unravel the Formation of Myofibrils
Published on Tue, 12 Jun 2018
The paper "Model-free inference of direct network interactions from nonlinear collective dynamics" by Prof. Marc Timme, cfaed Strategic Professor and Chair for Network Dynamics, co-authored by researchers from Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPIDS), has been recently published in the renowned Complexity Collection of Nature Communications. In this paper, researchers demonstrated a model-independent framework for inferring direct interactions solely from recording the nonlinear collective dynamics generated.
Read more … Paper published in Complexity Collection in Nature Communications
Published on Tue, 05 Jun 2018
Last year, cfaed had the honor of providing its laboratories at the TU Dresden for filming the new image film about the Digital Hubs in Saxony. This year is even better - the unusual work made by the Saxon film production company significant.pictures won the first prize at the WorldMediaFestival in Hamburg. The film convinced the jury in the category "Government-to-citizen".
Read more … International Film Prize for the Image Film "Digital Hub - Are you ready?"
Published on Mon, 04 Jun 2018
Only one month and a half left until the AM30 Symposium on Advanced Carbon and 2D Materials and preparations are in full swing. Please check the symposium website for more details and updates. The registration is now possible under the following link.
Read more … AM30 SYMPOSIUM DRESDEN 2018: Advanced Carbon and 2D Materials
Published on Wed, 30 May 2018
Are you proficient with the Arduino and feel like experimenting a bit? Then apply for a job as a student assistant! For a joint project of cfaed and tjg. theater young generation dresden in the context of the Science Year 2018 we are looking for a dedicated programmer who develops a robotic arm for an exhibition. Everything revolves around the topic "Working Worlds of the Future". Have we aroused your interest? Here you can find the details of the job description.
Read more … JOB OFFER: Programmer (Arduino) and Enthusiast Wanted!
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