Gregory A. Voth

Senior Fellow


Greg Voth's research involves theoretical and computer simulation studies of biomolecular and liquid state phenomena, as well as of novel materials. A primary goal of this effort is the development and application of new computational methodologies to explain and predict the behavior of complex systems. Such methods are developed, for example, to probe phenomena such as protein-protein self-assembly, membrane-protein interactions, biomolecular and liquid state charge transport, complex fluids and nanoparticle self-assembly. Examples of research projects include multiscale theory and simulation, membranes and membrane proteins, charge transport, and complex materials relevant to renewable energy technology.