I started my PhD with Christian Eggeling after finishing my studies in physics in 2019. The goal of my research project is to model the diffusional behaviour of biomolecules in lipid membrane with simulation. In particular, I am interested in understanding the organization and dynamics of the cell plasma membrane. For this, over the last two and a half years I set up a simulation pipeline for particle diffusion and its analysis by fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy techniques. I believe that simulations and experiments in artificial systems are crucial to understand the diffusion of membrane molecules. However, I am also driven by applying that knowledge to answering relevant biological questions.