Dr. Stephen Nielsen joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry in 2005. The overarching theme of his research is the theoretical description and molecular dynamics simulation of interfaces. His primary focus is on the curvature-dependent properties of interfaces. Major projects include the peptide solubilization of carbon nanotubes, the behavior of nanoparticles in fluids and at fluid Interfaces, and the free energy of phase transformations between different lipid self-assemblies. In addition, he develops new simulation tools including multiscale modeling algorithms and serves as head of the Nielsen Research Group.

Learn more about Professor Nielsen's work at his Department of Chemistry, Research Group and Research Explorer pages.

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