Research areas
The main skills present in the Laboratory concern the computational physical chemistry, computational materials science, advanced molecular simulation methods, multiscale modeling and advanced analysis approaches of complex systems.

We use different types of computational techniques to study a variety of complex molecular materials. One key objective of this research is to understand how to control the dynamic properties of these complex systems at the molecular level.

Research fields of interest in the Laboratory include:

  • Self-assembling systems
  • Supramolecular polymers
  • Adaptive materials
  • Stimuli-responsive materials
  • Dynamic materials
  • Active and auto-regulated materials
  • Computational chemistry
  • Complex moleculer structures and interactions