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Dr. Mauricio del Razo Sarmina

m.delrazo@fu-berlin.de


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  • CH17

    Hybrid reaction-diffusion / Markov-state model of systems with many interacting molecules

    Prof. Dr. Frank Noé / Prof. Dr. Christof Schütte

    Project heads: Prof. Dr. Frank Noé / Prof. Dr. Christof Schütte
    Project members: Dr. Mauricio del Razo Sarmina
    Duration: -
    Status: running
    Located at: Freie Universität Berlin

    Description

    While simulations of detailed molecular structure, e.g. using atomistic or coarse- grained MD simulation is able to describe the evolution of molecular systems at length/timescales of nanometers/milliseconds, we require a way to bridge from the molecular scale to large-scale/long-time evolutions of molecular superstructures such as actin networks on the scale of micrometers/hours. Such time- and lengthscales while still maintaining some structural, and importantly single-molecule resolution, can be covered by particle-based reaction-diffusion simulations. Molecular kinetic models of small parts of the overall machinery (single molecules and small complexes) can be parametrized with high-throughput MD simulations, enhanced sampling simu- lations, possibly by incorporating constraints from experimental data. In order to ex- plore the long-range and long-time behavior of mixtures and superstructures of many molecules, we set out ot develop a rigorous and computationally efficient coupling be- tween molecular kinetics models and particle-based reaction-diffusion dynamics (Fig. 1).

    https://www.mi.fu-berlin.de/en/math/groups/mathlife/projects_neu/SE16/index.html

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