Remembering Klaus Schulten
Dr. Schulten's research focuses on the structure, dynamics, and function of biopolymer aggregates, e.g., lipds and proteins forming the photosynthetic apparatus in plants that absorbs sun light and produces the energy-rich molecule ATP. The studies require very-large-scale computer simulations and have become possible through the development of statistical mechanical theory, efficient algorithms, graphics tools, a simulation program, and the group's network of powerful workstations which function as a high-performance parallel computer.
Director, National Institutes of Health Resource for Macromolecular Modeling and Bioinformations; Swanlund Professor of Physics; Affiliate Professor of Chemistry, Biophysics, Nuclear, Plasma & Radiological Engineering.
Biophysicist Klaus Schulten Memorial Tribute
03/17/15:: Supercomputers Help Solve Puzzle-Like Bond for Biofuels
07/29/15:: Researchers build bacteria's photosynthetic engine
12/09/15:: Researchers Resolve Structure of a Key Component of Baterial Decision-Making