We investigate scientific problems with computers. We use Monte Carlo, Molecular Dynamics and Quantum Chemistry mathods and we also write software to implement our methods.
Our research answers questions in the following fields:
We work in organic chemistry mechanisms, and structural bioinformatics with collaborators from other groups.
We work with existing computational tools, and develop new methods as part of our research.
We strongly believe science is a world-wide collaborative enterprise. We are happy to collaborate with other researchers, and we contact other research groups when we need their expertise.
We encourage students in our group to visit national and foreign research groups and to communicate their findings in workshops and conferences.