Research Group Physics of Living Matter

Interfacing Physics, Biology, Engineering, Data Science & AI

FSTM Sengupta lab PLM

Sengupta Lab reveals LIFE (Living In Fluctuating Environments) spanning human to enviromental microbes, facing local changes due to natural or man-made causes

A quantitative cross-disciplinary approach to biophysics

From microbes to biophysics of cancer-microbiome

LIFE bridges the physics of FLOW (matter & information) and FORM (geometry, order & topology) to uncover biological FUNCTIONS (behaviour & response) in diverse health and environmental settings including microbial, cancer and biofluidic systems. Thanks to the state-of-the-art cross-disciplinary approaches, we are able to zoom across length and time scales, and build data-backed predictive tools

The Group in Numbers

  • 4
    PhD students
  • 4
  • 1
    Lab Manager