One of my major research goal is to pursue theoretical and numerical modeling connecting molecular and macroscopic length scales to improve basic understanding of soft-matter and biological systems, both from a fundamental and an applied point of view. These aims imply development of appropriate molecular models and efficient computational techniques, incorporating accurate force fields for intra- and intermolecular interactions.
I employ multiscale molecular simulation techniques and theory from equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics to study intriguing physical, biological and chemical processes. My research is broadly devoted to measure statistical properties of matter and elucidate governing thermodynamics of biophysical phenomena at the nanoscale.
I study the charge transport properties of nucleic acids using multiscale modeling computational techniques involving all-atomistic MD simulations, ab-initio DFT calculations, NEGF calculations, and Machine Learning techniques. I explore the exciting world of single-molecular electronics on my computer!
I study liquid-crystalline properties of rod-like particles through computer simulation using Molecular Dynamics, Brownian Dynamics and Kinetic Monte Carlo techniques. My research focuses on both equilibrium and non-equilibrium properties of shape-anisotropic particles.
Jack of some trades and master in Physics. This website was developed by me and therefore all suggestions regarding this site are welcome in my inbox. Apart from such hobbies, I mostly spend time on investigating the behaviour of nano-confined liquids.
Currently, I am studying the dynamical properties of nanoconfined fluids and gas adsorption properties of polymers. To simulate these interesting systems, I rely on Molecular Dynamics and Monte-Carlo techniques alongside Density Functional Theory and Machine Learning.