Research Group of

Douglas J. Tobias

at the University of California, Irvine

Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, and Atmospheric Chemistry


The Tobias group uses atomistic computer simulation techniques based on empirical and electronic structure-derived potentials to study the structure and dynamics of biological molecules and biomimetic materials, and aqueous and organic interfaces with air that are important in atmospheric chemical processes.  A substantial portion of our work is devoted to the development, implementation, and optimization of novel simulation methodology and analysis tools.

Last updated: March 1, 2012