Are you fascinated by the complexity of living cells’ interior? Do you enjoy playing with models of proteins and other biomolecules in the computer? Would you like to use the tools of physics, chemistry, and mathematics to describe processes in cells?

We are a recently founded research group focusing on the multi-scale computer simulation of the cell interior. In particular, we look into how the local structure and dynamics of the intracellular environment can control metabolic processes. Our research is supported by the prestigious Lumina Quaeruntur Award as well as by a grant from the Czech Science Foundation.

Our group is based at J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry in Prague, Czech Republic. The group is integrated into the young and interdisciplinary Department of Computational Chemistry, connecting the physical chemistry and biophysics of proteins and membranes with theoretical enzymology and spectroscopy. 

Interested in joining our team? Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.