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Mathematical and Computational Techniques for Solvent Mediated Interactions

Chair(s):
Ganesan, V., University of Texas at Austin
Co-chair(s):
Wu, J., University of California at Riverside

This session deals with analytical or simulation approaches to both equilibrium and dynamical phenomena involving interactions between surfaces, colloidal particles, nanoparticles, polymers, proteins and/or other biomacromolecules in aqueous or organic solvents. Emphasis is on topics specifically related to the solvent effects and possible analytical/simulation approaches to coarse-graining such effects. Furthermore, molecular modeling methods pertaining to solvent-mediated interactions and their applications to predict the mesoscopic or macroscopic properties of materials, function, thermodynamic and dynamic behavior of biomacromolecules are also appropriate.

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AIChE Members $150.00
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AIChE Undergraduate Student Members Free
Non-Members $225.00