Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Department of Physics

Dr Yevhen Suprunenko

Yevhen Suprunenko

Recently I have accomplished PhD in Condensed Matter Theory Physics, where using methods of theoretical physics I studied the excitonic condensation in two-layer graphene system. My interest in physics and its applications together with the interest in description of collective phenomena have brought my attention to the physics of collective and nonlinear phenomena which are observed in living systems. Therefore now I am very happy to be working in the Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics group at Lancaster University!

At the current moment my research topic lies in the area of nonlinear dynamics of living systems, the self-sustainability and non-autonomicity of complex systems. I am interested in studying the synchronization in the spatially extended ensemble of self-sustainable oscillators, which involve nonlocal interactions and finite propagation speed. Also I research the non-autonomicity at the cellular level and study the membrane potential and the mitochondrial activity.