In the theoretical and computational biophysics group we have a broad focus, covering research fields ranging from biophysics, bioinformatics, statistical mechanics and nano-flow, to computer science. Our main interests lie in understanding how interactions, conformational transitions, and dynamics of membrane proteins relate to their formation and function. We are also active in the development of the underlying algorithms to be able to probe even longer time scales, often characteristic for biologically relevant processes. This requires advanced and highly parallel simulation algorithms to make efficient use of the computing resources.

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