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Develop new methods for quantifying the shape of leaves and explore how these are correlated with their physical and biological properties.
Explore the geometry and symmetries of some periodic minimal surfaces and learn about their relevance in chemical and biological self assembly.
A variety of projects are available that will contribute to the enumeration and characterisation of 3-periodic network structures via the tiling of periodic minimal surfaces and thereby enhance our understanding of self-assembled structures in nature.
What are the underlying geometric and topological properties of periodic structures that guarantee large and stable porosity in nano-porous crystalline materials required for gas storage and efficient catalysis?
What is a granular material from geometry and physics perspective? We'll try to understand the fundementals of granular materials in this project.
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