Physics of Complex Systems
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The Physics of Complex Systems Group brings together researchers from different fields of physics, who work in the field of complex systems with its interdisciplinary applications. The main research lines concern the theoretical and experimental study of selforganized phenomena, fluctuations, equilibrium and stability, phase transitions and critical phenomena, spacetime correlations, scale invariance, stochastic processes, formation and dynamics of structures. The spectrum of investigated systems includes turbulence, complex plasmas, classical and quantum complex fluids, soft matter, biological systems, ecosystems, methods and algorithms in machine learning and data science.
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 Research interests

Theoretical Statistical Mechanics and Complex Systems
Complexity in materials and biosystems
Theory of complex fluids & materials (coming soon)
Statistical physics and quantitative biology