Andrey Brukhno

Computational Scientist

B.Sc. & M.Sc. - Molecular Biophysics, St.Petersburg State University, Russia (1992-1998)

PhD, Physical Chemistry - Lund University, Sweden (1999-2003) Thesis: Free energy and surface forces in polymer systems

Research Assistant - Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark (DTU, 2004-2005)

Research Assistant - Computational Biophysics & Biochemistry, Inst. of Pharm. Innovation, University of Bradford, UK (2006-2009)

Research Fellow - School of Chemistry (SOMS/CMNS), University of Leeds, UK (2009-2012)

Senior Research Officer - Department of Chemistry, University of Bath, UK (2013-2015)

Computational Scientist - Computational Chemistry, SCD/STFC, Daresbury Laboratory, UK (currently)

Advanced molecular simulation: Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics; coarse-graining and atomistic modelling; free energy evaluation; order parameters & reaction coordinates; tempering and annealing; replica-exchange & alike parallelization

Applications in condensed phases and soft matter: colloids, polymers, constrained aqueous solutions; biomolecules (peptides, proteins, DNA/RNA, ligands), bio-aggregates (membrane, vesicles, nanoparticles)

Quantum mechanics: Feynman's path integral representation in quantum statistics

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CCP5 Flagship Project - General purpose, advanced Monte Carlo simulation pack (developer/contributor since 2015)

CCP5 Flagship Project - Coarse Grain Modelling: DL_POLY-VOTCA interface, DL_CGMAP and beyond (main developer since 2013)

VOTCA - Versatile Object-oriented Tool for Coarse-grain Applications (developer/contributor since 2013)

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