Our research interests are listed below. Further details can be obtained by clicking on the links below.
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Development of new computational methods for dynamics of nuclei and electrons
Study of hydrogen transfer reactions in biological enzymes
Vibrational spectroscopy and energy redistribution in hydrogen bonded systems
Non-equilibrium electron transport in donor-bridge-acceptor systems
Our research efforts are on the interface of chemistry, computational physics and applied mathematics. We deal with the development of new theoretical methods and the subsequent implementation of these into efficient computational models. The methods are derived with an aim to help solve problems in biophysical chemistry, atmospheric chemistry and the area of nano-material science.