Minisymposium (ID: SS-SSMMBP)
Simulations in soft matter and molecular Bio-Physics
Organizers: Cristiano L. Dias (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Computer simulations are playing an important role in our understanding of soft matter and molecular Bio-Physics. In recent years we have seen tremendous progress in these areas motivated by advances in supercomputers and simulation techniques. This special session will bring together scientists developing new computational methods in soft matter and scientists using conventional techniques to study emerging phenomena in molecular Bio-Physics. The goal will be to foster interactions between method development in soft matter and potential applications in molecular Bio-Physics.
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