• Adjunct Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Adjunct Professor, Chemistry
  • Adjunct Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Research Statement

Our research involves fundamental theoretical studies of the dynamics of complex, condensed matter systems. A primary goal of this research is the formulation of predictive mathematical theories to characterize important condensed phase dynamical problems. A second-and equally important-goal is to develop new theoretical methods which allow one to maximize the potential of the computer as a research tool. The latter methods are developed to probe complex phenomena through large-scale computer simulation. The overall goal of our effort is to advance the frontier of theoretical methodology in physical chemistry, while at the same time applying that methodology to highly complex systems of chemical, biological, material, and environmental relevance. The breadth and depth of research topics in our group is too great to be adequately described in the limited space allowed for this brochure. Please see the URL for further information or contact our group directly.


  • English, fluent.