Junior Research Group Multiscale Biomolecular Simulation

The tremendous growth of high-performance computational (HPC) resources in the last decades has enabled the use of computers to perform virtual experiments that study a wide range of questions in science. Concurrent efforts in theory, experiment, simulation, and data exploitation have emerged as a new paradigm to speed the discovery of scientific phenomena and new technological applications, in particular at the interface between life and physical sciences. The Research Group Multiscale Biomolecular Simulation focuses on method development and application for three main research directions: (a) quantitatively understanding the structural and dynamic mechanism of life at the molecular level, (b) simulating cancer development at the cellular and tissue level, and (c) driving the development of novel nano-scaled materials.

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