Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation
for Key Technologies

关键技术中的应用数学和科学计算





Here are some examples.

Gamma estimator of Jarzynski equality for recovering binding energies from noisy dynamic data sets

Nature Communications. 2020

Atomic Force Microscopy


A novel statistical method is employed to calcuate binding free energy of a single peptide on gold surface from data collected from single molecule pulling experiments. … Read more →

Peptide Functionalized Gold Nanorods for the Sensitive Detection of a Cardiac Biomarker Using Plasmonic Paper Devices

Scientific Reports. 2015

Peptide Sensing Troponin I


A peptide is characterized for the detection of Troponin I at physiological concentration. … Read more →

Biomimetic chemosensor: designing peptide recognition elements for surface functionalization of carbon nanotube field effect transistors

ACS Nano. 2010

Peptide Sensing TNT


A hairpin bifunctional peptide is designed and characterized. One side anchors on a single-wall carbon nanotube. The other side binds to explosive TNT. … Read more →

Transpath: A computational method for locating ion transit pathways through membrane proteins

Proteins. 2007

Chloride channel pathway


Here, we propose a new pore‐searching algorithm (TransPath), which uses the Configurational Bias Monte Carlo (CBMC) method to generate transmembrane trajectories driven by both geometric and electrostatic features. … Read more →

A Quantitative Analysis of the Feynman- and Rossi-Alpha Formulaswith Multiple Emission Sources

NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. 2000

Feynman-Rossi Formula


Analytical formulas have been derived for the Feynman- and Rossi-Alpha measurements in accelerator-driven systems. … Read more →

SPECTRUM OF THE TRANSPORT OPERATORIN A NONUNIFORM SLAB WITH GENERALIZEDBOUNDARY CONDITIONS

Transport Theory and Statistical Physics. 2002

Spectrum of transport operator


Spectral properties of the transport operator in a nonuniform slab with generalized boundary conditions were studied. … Read more →