Simulation explores the use of computers to solve complex numerical models, particularly those that have to be evaluated many times to generate dynamical information. Researchers in this theme are significant users of the fastest supercomputer in the Southern Hemisphere which is housed at the Pawsey supercomputing centre, resulting in Curtin being the largest institutional user of this world-class resource.
- Collision data for fusion plasma modeling
- Folding and aggregation of proteins and ion transfer at electrified liquid-liquid interfaces
- Molecular design of biomaterials for the delivery of therapeutic proteins
- Role of macromolecular crowding on the structure and stability of proteins
- The amyloid beta-amylin interaction: a molecular link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease
- The folding and aggregation of the Tau protein in Alzheimer’s disease
- Verification of energy minimization multiscale (EMMS) drag model by discrete element method (DEM) simulations