Biocomputing Group

Using computer simulations to study biological problems

Welcome to Peter Tieleman's Biocomputing Group

We create state-of-the-art computational models of lipids and membrane proteins to study their structure and dynamics, observe how they interact with each other, and gain a better understanding of the processes that occur at the molecular level of detail. 


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Center for Molecular Simulation

The Biocomputing group is part of the Centre for Molecular Simulation.

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Compute Canada

Compute Canada resources enables Biocomputing group to perform world-class molecular dynamics simulations.

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MARTINI Force Field

The Martini force field is a coarse-grain (CG) force field suited for molecular dynamics simulations of biomolecular systems.

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