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Computer Simulation of Nanoparticles, Viruses, and Electrical Power-Generating Bacteria

By Peter J. Ortoleva

Indiana University

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Peter J. Ortoleva is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Indiana University Center for Cell and Virus Theory in the Department of Chemistry. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Physics at Cornell University, was a Postdoc in the Department of Chemistry at MIT, and joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry at Indiana University in 1975. He has published over 187 refereed papers, 3 monographs, and 3 edited volumes. His research interests include: the theory of reaction-transport mechanical systems; chemical kinetic; statistical mechanics; cell and virus modeling; regulatory network discovery; and nonlinear dynamical systems theory.

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