📅 November 29, 2021, 18:00 CET
Should Physicists Analyse Heart Rate?
dr Zbigniew R. Struzik
(Tokyo University, University of Warsaw,
Sano – Centre for Computational Personalised Medicine)
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Physicists are trained to deal with non-living matter and until recently, it was considered detrimental to physics training and practice to depart from a strictly material philosophy of physical science. This status quo began to change rapidly around the turn of the millennium, when physicists started to embrace elements of physics of complexity, biology, systems, networks and living systems in general. Physicists were looking for new terrains offering new chances for physics methods of science to be applied, but also challenging scientists established in their own disciplines of biological origin to explore rigorous methodologies of physics in their fields...
About Zbigniew R. Struzik:
My areas of interest include Biophysics and Medical Physics, Complex System's Physics and Condensed Matter Physics, perhaps most general Interdisciplinary Physics.
In particular, I am interested in the Physics of Living Systems, Complexity and Emergence.
Among my recent activities are the applications of physics to exotic domains such as Sociophysics, Econophysics and the yet to be defined Physics of Creativity.