Biological systems are maintained through numerous interactions spanning broad spectrum of time and length scales. Exploring the systems at different scales with theoretical/computational tools we try to learn how unique properties of the system involving biological functions emerge from individual processes. Our primary research interest is in understanding how the interactions between self-organized biopolymers contribute to the emergence of life at nonequilibrium in which energy is continuously injected and dissipated out of the system.





Contact Information : Changbong Hyeon, Professor, School of Computational Sciences, Korea Institute for Advanced Study 130-722, Republic of Korea
+82-2-958-3810 (tel)



2010 KIAS Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group