The group Computational Biophysics is a research unit
of the faculty of
Science and Technology
University of Twente.
Our research focuses on the relation between
the molecular constitution of a system
and its thermodynamic and rheological properties,
with a focus on biological systems.
Studies are performed with atomistic and coarse-grained models,
using simulation methods
ranging from molecular dynamics simulation and Monte Carlo simulations
to Brownian dynamics, responsive particle dynamics, etc.
We study rheological properties per se,
as well as processes whose dynamics are fully determined by
the rheological properties of the system.
On this homepage you will find information on
the group members,
our research, courses, seminars,
and much more.
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