Andreas Maurachera-mauracher

PhD 2009, University of innsbruck


The research of the AG Computational Molecular Physics is focused on phenomena governing atomic and molecular, neutral and charged systems at the electronic structure level. In particular, it is envisaged to develop a numerical multiscale approach aiming at a quantitative description of biologically relevant systems incorporating biomolecules, water, ions, drug constituent models and under the influence of various charge states simulating the presence of low energy electrons (LEEs). The long-term goal is to carry out predictive-quality large-scale simulations of the variety of effects that LEEs can have on biological matter in the context of clinical cancer treatments. Special attention is given to compounds used (or of potential use) in clinical radio-chemotherapy.



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Institute for Ion Physics and Applied Physics, Univ. Innsbruck

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