Paris Biological Physics Community Day 2016

Friday 21st October 2016
Centre Culturel Irlandais - Salle Michel Guillaume
5 rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris

The Paris Biological Physics Community Day (PBPCD 2016) is a conference organized by young researchers of biological physics in the Paris area. We aim to bring together researchers in biophysics in the Paris area in order to create an opportunity for meeting and sharing knowledge.
The meeting is intended for physicists working in diverse areas of biology. You are welcome to join us! It’s going to be a day of conviviality and scientific enthusiasm, we envision to have a dynamic and informal atmosphere. In the program the talks of the invited speakers are interleaved with short presentations by young investigators; the schedule includes a lunch, coffee and a closing cocktail.
The event is organized on behalf of GDRI (Groupement de recherche international "Evolution, Regulation and Signaling") which also provides the funding.

There is no registration fee and no prior registration is mandatory!

For any questions, please contact:


Talks & Coffee Breaks:

Centre Culturel Irlandais, Room Michel Guillaume - 5 rue des Irlandais


ENS - Laboratoire de Physique, third floor room L367 - 24 Rue Lhomond


École Normale Supérieure*, Salle Normal'Cafe - 45 rue d'Ulm

* Click here to get the map of the ENS main building.


F. Bansept1, C. Cadart2, A. Curatolo3, S. Deny4, A. Mayer5
E. Oldewurtel6, J. Rambeau1, G. Saggiorato7,
1UPMC, 2Institut Curie, 3Université Paris Diderot, 4Institut de la vision, Paris, 5École Normale Supérieure, Paris, 6Institut Pasteur, Paris, 7LPTMS, Université Paris-Sud XI


GDRI, Groupement de recherche international "GDRI Evolution, Regulation and Signaling"

We also thank for helping the organization of the event:

Marco Cosentino Lagomarsino - Genomique des Microorganismes, Genomic Physics Group
Aleksandra Walczak - Laboratoire de Physique Theorique, Ecole Normale Supérieure
Viviane Sebille and Sandrine Patacchini - for their support, without them it would not have been possible to organize this meeting.