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Dr. Jan-Timm Kuhr

Dr. Jan-Timm Kuhr


My scientific interests include:

  • statistical properties of microbial colony growth and biofilms
  • kinetic surface roughening and its interplay with absorbing phase transitions
  • evolutionary game theory
  • gene regulatory networks, phenotype decision and gene expression statistics

Curriculum Vitae

  • since 10/2012: Managing Director of RTG 1558 and Postdoc at TU Berlin
  • 2/2012: Doctoral degree in Physics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • since 10/2007: member of the International Doctorate Program "NanoBioTechnology" and scholarship by "Elite Network of Bavaria"
  • since 9/2006: PhD-Student in the group for Statistical and Biological Physics of Prof. E. Frey at the LMU München
  • 7/2005 - 7/2006: Diploma thesis on "The Influence of Fluctuations on the Functionality of Biochemical Networks"
  • 9/2002 - 7/2006: Studies of physics at the LMU
  • 9/2001 - 7/2002: Studies of physics at the University of Nottingham
  • 7/2001: Prediploma in physics at the LMU Munich
  • 9/1999 - 7/2001: Studies of physics at the LMU München
  • 7/1999: Abitur