at the University of Alberta
We study questions at the interface between cell biology, physiology and engineering using a range of computational and theoretical techniques. Often, these questions require the development of new methods for simulating complex systems across disparate length and time scales. More detailed descriptions of our research can be found here.
Computational Biology, Multiscale Simulation, Nanofluidics
Multiscale modeling of GLAD-based enzymatic nanosensors
Protein-based modulation of endoplasmic reticulum shape
Induction of the unfolded protein response through membrane surface tension
Development of new interatomic potentials for advanced ceramics using machine learning
Nanoscale flow of polymeric solutions
The overarching aim of our lab is to bring new quantitative techniques to problems in biology and nanotechnology. Below you will find examples of our research projects.
List of all publications by the Computational BioSystems Lab