Lisa Schick obtained her bachelor’s degree in 2016 at the 3rd institute of physics in Göttingen, researching on single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy. She joined the BPM group in Göttingen to write her master thesis on the morphodynamics within the foraging behaviour of Physarum polycephalum and finished her thesis in 2020. Intrigued by many open questions in the project, she now continues her work on the foraging dynamics as a PhD student here at TUM.
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