Computational Nanotechnology

Nanoscience Faculty Research


Dr. Joseph M. Starobin


Dr. Starobin’s professional career is devoted to applying theoretical, mathematical, and computational physics methods to cardiovascular research. His research focuses on developing non-invasive and miniature devices for assessing cardiovascular stress in asymptomatic populations, diagnostics of coronary artery disease, and cardiac arrhythmias. He also uses mathematical modeling to investigate cognitive processes and brain memory.

Dr. Yirong mo

Department chair & Professor

Dr. Mo’s research focuses on developing novel theoretical and computational methods and their applications to chemical and biological problems. His work focuses on the development of methodology to probe intra- and intermolecular electron transfer (ET) processes in the gas phase or on surfaces, molecular dynamics simulations, engineering of proteins, and the computational study of enzymatic catalysis.