Biophysics & Soft Matter Group @ Lehigh

 
 

We are located in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Lehigh University. Current research interests include theory and simulation of:


  1. Bullet    Hydrophobic effects

  2. Bullet    Interfacial thermodynamics

  3. Bullet    Macromolecular crowding  

  4. Bullet    Nanoscale transport

  5. Bullet    Nucleic acid behavior at bio-nano interfaces

  6. Bullet    Protein stability and dynamics

  7. Bullet    Protein-protein interactions


 

Welcome to our research group website

News

  1. Bullet    Article “Macromolecular crowding effects on protein-protein binding affinity and specificity” in Journal of Chemical Physics highlighted as the top 20 most downloaded articles in December 2010.


  1. Bullet    Article “Interfacial thermodynamics of confined water near molecularly rough surfaces”  was one of the top ten most-read articles from the online version of Faraday Discussions for November and December 2010.








  1. Bullet    Article “Macromolecular crowding effects on protein-protein binding affinity and specificity”  on the cover of Journal of Chemical Physics, November 2010.












  1. Bullet    Article “Tackling force-field bias in protein folding simulations: folding of Villin HP35 and Pin WW domains in explicit water” selected as research highlight in Biophysical Journal, Aug 2010.


   

   

  

  

  

  


  1. Bullet    Feature article on the cover of Journal of Physical Chemistry B, August 2007.

   

                                                               


  1. Bullet    Surface interactions can significantly modify fluid properties at the nanoscale, Materials Research Society Bulletin, August 2006.


  1. Bullet    Engineers discover the predictor of mobility for fluids at nano-scale, College of Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, May 2006.