Purdue University

Mugler Group

Physics of Cellular Computation



5 Mar: Tommy, Sean, Xiaoling, and Shivam speak and Andrew co-organizes a session at the APS March Meeting in Los Angeles, CA.

1 Mar: Andrew speaks at the Purdue Center for Cancer Research seminar.

30 Oct: Julien and Sean's paper on emergent chemotaxis appears in PRL. Congratulations both!


Computation underlies everything that a cell does, from sensing its environment, to making decisions, to executing behaviors. The Mugler Group investigates cellular computation using theoretical physics, to further our understanding of biological mechanisms and help combat disease. Learn more

Simons Foundation     Showalter Trust

Human Frontier Research Program     NIH National Institute for General Medical Studies     Purdue Research Foundation