" The modelling of chromosome replication and segregation
in bacteria using polymer physics approches. "
Objectives: to develop realistic in silico models of DNA replication and segregation taking into account the topological properties of bacterial DNA (DNA supercoiling).
Prerequisite knowledge & skills: strong background in statistical physics, polymer physics, computational or mathematical methods, , with an interest to apply computational and simulation tools to understand the functioning of living organisms.
- Place: TIMC,UMR 5525, Domaine de la Merci, La Tronche
- Duration: 2 years and more, funding ANR 19-CE45-0013
- Beginning: January 2022
Contact: Ivan Junier - TIMC TrEE - ivan.junier [at] univ-grenoble-alpes.fr