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The gravitational billion body problem
Promotor: Prof.dr. S. Portegies Zwart
Enumeration and Simulation of Lattice Polymers as Models for Compact Biological Macromolecules
Promotores: H. Schiessel, G.T. Barkema
Molecular electronics: Controlled manipulation, noise and graphene architecture
Atoms and molecules are the basic units of matter. If we keep dividing a bar of gold or a glass of water into smaller parts, at the end we are left with a single gold atom or a water molecule.
In support of the research and education, the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) has a Research and Education laboratory at its disposal. Within this environment, we can offer machines that go beyond normal office automisation and production.
What the galaxy will look like billions of years from now
What’s the fate of our sun, when in 5 billion years from now our Milky Way will clash with the Andromeda Galaxy? Leiden astronomers have been working on calculations on this collision. They recently gave a visual sneak preview on a big tech conference.
Prediction of binding kinetics
Supervisor: Gerard van Westen
Govert Brinkmann runner-up for KNVI Thesis Award for Informatics
Annually KNVI (Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging van Informatieprofessionals) awards thesis prizes to master students in the field of Informatics and Information Science.
ALICE High Performance Computing facility
High Performance Computing previously the domain of theoretical scientists and computer and software developers is becoming ever more important as a research tool in many research areas. A University facility, providing serious computational capabilities, combined with easy and flexible local access,…
Postdoctoral researcher in computational drug discovery
Science, Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR)
PhD Position in Large-Scale Systems Performance Reproducibility
Science, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS)
Software, star clusters and supercomputers
Simon Portegies Zwart, professor of Computational Astrophysics, uses computers to simulate the evolution of stars. We speak with him about his field and about the challenges of working with huge amounts of complex data.
'Mobile phone in 2035 as powerful as our brains'
Within 20 years, intelligent machines will play a major role in society. ‘Selfdriving cars will be 90% safer than human-driven cars and will change transportation globally,’ says artificial intelligence scientist Bart Selman of Cornell University. He gave the first Ada Lovelace lecture of the Leiden…
This Week’s Discoveries | 22 January 2019