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    This course has 26-lecture undergraduate-level course titled "Scientific Computing Skills" taught at UC Irvine by Professor Douglas Tobias. Prerequisites: Chemistry 1A - 1B

    About Douglas Tobias Ph. D.

    Professor of Chemistry [Ph. D., Chemistry/Biophysics, Carnegie Mellon University] He brings expertise in molecular dynamics simulations of atmospherically relevant systems as well as biological systems to the ORU. Dr. Tobias uses atomic-scale computer simulation techniques based on classical and quantum mechanics to study the structure and dynamics of biological molecules and interfaces between aqueous solutions—like sea salt—and water that are important in atmospheric chemical processes. His computer simulations are invaluable in interpreting the chemistry of complex systems in the atmosphere, including how air pollutants interact with biological systems like the human lung. A substantial portion of research in the Tobias group is devoted to the development, implementation, and optimization of novel simulation methodology and analysis tools. Current research in the group may be organized into two broad categories: (1) structure and chemical dynamics at aqueous and organic interfaces relevant to heterogeneous atmospheric chemistry; (2) structure, stability, dynamics, and function of membranes and membrane proteins.

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    School
    University of California, Irvine

    Date Taught
    Fall 2012

    Level
    Undergraduate (First Year)
  • Lectures
    Chem 5: Scientific Computing Skills - Lecture 1 - Douglas Tobias Ph. D.View
    Chem 5: Scientific Computing Skills - Lecture 2 - Douglas Tobias Ph. D.View
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