Theory Biomolecular Dynamics
Welcome to the Biomolecular Dynamics Theory group at the MBI (Theory Department T4).
Our scientific aim is the development of novel simulation algorithms for state-of-the-art time resolved vibrational and optical spectroscopic techniques. Both techniques exploit different windows of observation to provide a real time view of ultrafast reaction dynamics. The developed simulation protocols will help to investigate complex biomolecular dynamics and develop a microscopic view of fundamental reaction mechanisms.
For further information please have a look at Current Research and Highlights pages.
The Biomolecular Dynamics Junior Research Group is funded through a Emmy Noether Early Career Grant of the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Starting 01/01/2019 the ERC Starting Grant 2018 project Nonadiabaticity in Biomolecular Vibrational Dynamics (NONABVD) will be funded through the European Research Council (ERC).
Group Leader: Dr. Benjamin P. Fingerhut