Biomolecular and Chemical Physics


Prof. Maxim Fedorov’s (maxim.fedorov [at] srath [dot] ac [dot] uk) research group in the Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde uses ARCHIE-WeSt and advanced molecular simulation methods to study molecular-level effects at different kinds of solvation interfaces. The group use and develop various state-of-the art theoretical and computational methods for modelling a wide range of molecular-scale phenomena in physical chemistry, molecular biophysics, pharmaceutical chemistry and nano-science: from salt and sugar effects on biomacromolecular structure and dynamics, to the hydration behaviour of drug-like molecules, from the capacitance of ionic liquids to the salt effects on liquid dispersions of nanoparticles.

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