Welcome to the cNAB.LAB website
 

The computational nanobiophysics lab at UOIT explores systems at the intersection of physics, biology, and nanotechnology via a wide range of computer simulation approaches. Examples of systems we study include:

     - biopolymer translocation through nanopores
     - biomolecules in an array of nanopits
     - magnetic nanoparticles as contrast agents in MRI
     - bacterial "twitchers" motility across surfaces

 

We are accepting new students!

Our group is a member of the Modeling and Computational Science and Materials Science graduate programs. Please contact hendrick.dehaan@uoit.ca for more info!
hendrick.dehaan@uoit.ca

Faculty of Science
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
2000 Simcoe Str. North
Oshawa ON Canada
L1H 7K4
      Hendrick de Haan : hendrick.dehaan@uoit.ca       ||       faculty.uoit.ca/dehaan/cNAB.LAB