Silvio a Beccara
I am a researcher at Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy. I am mainly interested in statistical and computational biophysics. With Dr. Pietro Faccioli and Giorgia Cazzolli I am currently simulating protein folding events by means of the Dominant Reaction Pathway method, implemented in my program. The largest molecule we simulated so far is a serpin, with 379 residues. I am also collaborating with Dr Pietro
Faccioli, of the university of Trento, Italy, in a project about charge transport in organic semiconductors.
I took my degree at the University of Padua, Italy, my Ph. D. at the university of Trento, and I did postdocs at the Cornell University, USA, at the University of Trieste, and at the University of Trento.
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