Our lab focuses on the architecture of mammalian cells. The main expertise of the team is in single-molecule biophysics experiments at the nanometer scale. We place particular emphasis on the actin-based cytoskeleton and its role in the dynamic organization of mammalian cells. The nature of this field is highly interdisciplinary, crossing the boundaries of Engineering, Physics, and Biology. The techniques we use in our research consist of stochastic processes,  single-molecule detection and tracking, and superresolution imaging.

Anomalous diffusion

Membrane Dynamics

Sperm cells and superresolution imaging

Dynamics of membrane proteins

Trafficking of Membrane Protens

1/f fluctuations in nanoscale systems

Fluctuations in Nanoscale Systems

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