The Manning research group studies the collective behavior of group of cells in biological tissues as well as deformation and failure in disordered solids ranging from glasses to granular materials. We use computational and theoretical techniques and extend tools from statistical and soft matter physics to understand and predict emergent phenomena in these far from equilibrium systems, and work closely with experimentalists and scientists around the globe.
Please see the Research section for collaborations and more details.
Office 201 Physics Bldg
Department of Physics
Syracuse, NY 13244 USA
The Manning Research group is affiliated with BioInspired Syracuse: Institute for Material and Living Systems.
Please join us! The BioInspired Institute is hiring 8 new tenure-track and tenured faculty members across soft matter, biophysics, and biomaterials in the 2019-20 academic year!