Pau Formosa-JordanGroup Leader
Pau is a Physicist by training, and he is leading a multidisciplinary group that combines theory and experiments for understanding multicellular dynamics in plant development.
Pau Casanova-Ferrer is a Physicist studying the floral transition in the Arabidopsis shoot meristem at both tissue and single cell levels, combining modelling and quantitative image analysis. Pau also belongs to the Coupland group and is co-supervised by Prof. George Coupland
Josep Mercadal MeliàCEPLAS visiting postdoc
Josep is a Physicist who has been studying pattern formation in plant tissues using modelling and image analysis. He is visiting us to model the effect of tissue growth in cellular patterning
Gabriel Rodriguez MarotoIMPRS PhD student
Gabriel is a Mathematical and Biomedical Engineer studying the gene regulatory network underlying the floral transition in Arabidopsis. He combines modelling and quantitative image analysis. Gabriel also belongs to the Coupland group and is co-supervised by Prof. George Coupland.
Nicholas is an Applied Mathematician who is studying how noisy and deterministic processes affect plant multicellular patterning. He combines mathematical modelling, microscopy and quantitative image analysis.
Gauthier WeissbartIMPRS PhD Student
Gauthier is a Physicist studying how different cell types pattern the leaf epidermis in Arabidopsis. He combines mathematical modelling, microscopy and quantitative image analysis.