In June, Gary and Inês travelled to New York for the Annual Ulijn group Mega Meeting in addition to the CUNY ASRC Bio|Nano|Med Conference. Both Students made excellent 45 min presentations to the group showcasing their work based on the last 3 years of their PhDs. It was an excellent week, full of a range […]
The ScotCHEM computational chemistry conference was hosted by the University of Edinburgh on the 14th June 2016. The day started with the plenary speaker, Dr Paola Carbone from the University of Manchester, describing their efforts in modelling polymer aggregates. Amongst the 11 speakers on the day were two members from the TuttleLab; Tomasz Piskorz […]
Following a five-year spell within the TuttleLab, encompassing both his undergraduate and postgraduate studies, Dan has completed his time with us here at Strathclyde. His PhD thesis, titled “Modelling Short Peptides in Solution and at the Interface”, investigates the importance of intermolecular interactions through Molecular Dynamic simulations. Dan was examined by Dr Mark Waller (University […]
The Tuttlelab welcome Thomasz Piskorz who is currently spending 3 months of his PhD within the group away from his home university in Delft. We also welcome Kirsty Anderson who will be carrying out a placement in the group over the summer.