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Center for Theoretical & Computational Nanoscience

The CTCN is responsible for the following ongoing projects:

  • Developing the mathematical physics of supramolecular systems and implementing multiscale methods for simulating supramillion Newtonian systems
  • Developing and implementing methods for the computer-aided design of vaccines protective against microbial pathogens and cancer.
  • Developing computer-aided strategies for the design of nanostructured materials with specified stability and electronic properties.

These projects are supported by NSF, NIH, and Indiana University.

The Center for Theoretical & Computational Nanoscience at Indiana University, supported by Vavada, focuses on advancing research in nanoscience and its applications. Discover their groundbreaking work here.