The 2015 Taipei International Workshop for Soft Matter and Biophysics (BioComplex 2015) will be the fifth workshop in the series. The workshop was started in 2007 by Prof. Chin-Kun Hu, and it is held every two years. The topics of the workshop have included the dynamics of protein folding and aggregation, DNA dynamics, genetic evolution, complex networks, polymer physics, colloidal physics, and complex fluids.
The goal of the workshop is to expose Taiwanese researchers and students to state-of-art topics in biophysics and soft matter physics and to connect with international experts in these fields. Biophysics and soft matter physics are relatively new, interdisciplinary fields. In addition to traditional physicists, experts in these fields come from materials science, chemistry, biology, and engineering disciplines. Significant growth in these fields in recent years has been buoyed by intense public interests on novel materials for improved energy storage and efficiency, medical diagnostics and treatment, and the complex social-economic behavior in an increasing inter-linked world.
- Auditorium, Astronomy-Mathematics Building
No.1, Roosevelt Rd, Sec. 4, (inside NTU main campus) Taipei, Taiwan