23 public followers and 3 private followers
data and software sharing, scientific reproducibility, physics-based simulation, OpenSim and the NCSRR (http://opensim.stanford.edu)
Institution: Stanford University
Institution: San Diego Supercomputer Center
gpu accelerated gromacs
Institution: University of Idaho
Multibody Modeling of Biomechanical Systems
Institution: INESC-ID Lisboa
I would like to use OpenMM and related tools to perform simulations of proteins. My interests combine using molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations to analyse small angle scattering experiments and to investigate the impact of sequence variation on drug binding.
I am developing multiscale methods for macromolecular modeling. I have a line of research in biologic design, and another in ribosomal mechanics.
Institution: Uppsala University
Institution: Free university Berlin
Institution: Wake Technical Community College
Molecular Dynamic Simulation
Finite Element Analysis
Institution: Cleveland State University
Institution: Lehman College, CUNY
MD of protein ligand binding, and protein folding and dynamics
Institution: University of Waterloo
Institution: University of Kerala
for the research projects
Institution: University of Cincinnati
Protein folding simulations combining native-centric biases with transferable all-atom force fields.
Institution: University of Toronto
Institution: University of Calgary
Research multiscale numerical methods and quasicontinuum method
Institution: Carnegie Mellon University
I am an experienced electronic engineer with 10 years of professional career and extensive experience in IT. I have skills in genetics and neuromorphic computing. Currently part of my free time is dedicated to studying nanotechnology for medicine and genetics just for personal challenge.
Institution: Polytechnic University of Turin
Institution: Weill Cornell Medical College
Institution: Lodz University of Technology
Institution: Ecole Normale Superieure