Theoretical Molecular Biophysics and Soft Matter Group

Our research interests lie in the fields of theoretical and computational molecular biophysics, and soft matter physics.

Our current projects focus on diffusion in biological settings, low Reynolds number hydrodynamics, molecular hydrodynamics,

and hydrodynamic effects in complex biomolecular systems.

Maciej Długosz, PhD
Group Leader:
Maciej Długosz, PhD
student:
Kamil Kamiński, BSc
Hydrodynamic Steering in Protein Association Revisited: Surprisingly Minuscule Effects of Considerable Torques
Antosiewicz, J. M., Kamiński, K., & Długosz, M. (2017).
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 121(36), 8475-8491.
Toward an accurate modeling of hydrodynamic effects on the translational and rotational dynamics of biomolecules in many-body systems.
Długosz, M., & Antosiewicz, J. M. (2015).
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 119(26), 8425-8439.
Evaluation of proteins’ rotational diffusion coefficients from simulations of their free brownian motion in volume-occupied environments.
Długosz, M., & Antosiewicz, J. M. (2013).
Journal of chemical theory and computation, 10(1), 481-491.
Hydrodynamic effects on the relative rotational velocity of associating proteins.
Długosz, M., & Antosiewicz, J. M. (2013).
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 117(20), 6165-6174.
Anisotropic Diffusion Effects on the Barnase–Barstar Encounter Kinetics.
Długosz, M., & Antosiewicz, J. M. (2013).
Journal of chemical theory and computation, 9(3), 1667-1677.
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