I am a theoretical physicist. My scientific activities concern Statistical Mechanics of Complex Systems in Physics and applications to Molecular Biology, with mathematical and computer approaches. I worked at ESPCI in Paris, Imperial College London, and at the UK Complexity Science Centre in Warwick. My group is now based at the Physics Department of the University of Naples "Federico II". I am the national coordinator of IS-BioPhys, the INFN project on the applications of the methods of Theoretical Physics in Biology, and I am a member of The 4D Nucleome consortium of the NIH in the US. I serve in international panels for the management of research and its resources, including the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) in France, and in the EPJP and FPB boards. In 2016 I was the recipient of the Einstein BIH Award at MDC by the Einstein Foundation.
WE HAVE NOW OPENINGS FOR POSTDOC AND PHD POSTITIONS
We investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying genome regulation in eukaryotes, by combining their Statistical Physics description, computer simulations, and high-throughput data analysis. In particular, we work on chromosome 3D organization (see a recent PNAS) and single-cell data analysis (see a recent Genome Bio.). We have also discussed the symmetry-breaking events leading to X Chromosome Inactivation (see a NATURE PHYS. N&V).
In Physics, we have been working on equilibrium and off-equilibrium critical phenomena, disordered and glassy systems, vortices in superconductors and, in particular, on granular media (see a review in NATURE MAT.).
Prof. Mario Nicodemi,
Dipartimento di Fisica "E. Pancini",
Universita' di Napoli "Federico II",
Complesso Universitario di Monte S. Angelo,
Via Cintia, 80126 Napoli, ITALY
TEL: +39 081 676475
EMAIL: Mario.Nicodemi "-at-" na.infn.it