Jacqueline Janssen


Jacqueline Janssen

Predoc in the group "Mesoscopic Physics of Life"

IMPRS-CellDevoSys PhD student

E-Mail: janssen[at]pks.mpg(dot)de 




Research interests

Active emulsions in protein gradients 

Phase transitions and instabilities in biological systems

Chromosome organization and maximum entropy models

Stochastic processes and totally asymmetric exclusion process  



Since Sept 2018                 Predoc in the Group "Mesoscopic Physics of Life", MPIPKS, Dresden (Germany)

Oct 2015 - Mar 2018          Graduate program in Physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Title of the Master's thesis: „Statistical mechanics of the bacterial chromosome“. Supervisor: Prof. Chase Broedersz

Apr 2016 - Dec 2016           Internship in the Research Group of the Statistical and Biological Physics. Title of the Project: „Modelling the gliding assay of the directional switching kinesins“. Supervisor: Prof. Erwin Frey

Oct 2012 - Aug 2015           Undergraduate program in Physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich. Title of the Bachelor's thesis: „Construction of the Dirac Vacuum and the problem of the external field in the Quantum Electrodynamics”. Supervisor: Prof. Detlef Dürr