Our lab has various research topics on both theoretical and experimental mechanics including but not limited to Material Strength & Computational Structural Biology.Read More
# Jo, S.J., Kim, S.J., Lee, B.H., Tandon, A., Kim, B.H., Park, S.H., Kim, M.K., “Fabrication and Characterization of Finite-Size DNA 2D Ring and 3D Buckyball Structures”, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Vol. 19, Article No. 1895, 2018 # Lee, C.S., Choi, M.K., Kim, H., Hwang, Y.Y., Kim, M.K., Lee, Y.J., "Facilitated Water Transport through Graphene Oxide Membranes Functionalized with Aquaporin Mimicking Peptides", Advanced Materials, Vol. 30, Article No. 1705944, 2018 # Choi, M.K., Kim, H., Lee, B.H., Kim, T.Y., Rho, J.S., Kim, M.K., Kim, K.H., "Understanding Carbon Nanotube Channel Formation in the Lipid Membrane", Nanotechnology, Vol. 29, Article No. 115702, 2018
Material Strength & Bioengineering Laboratory has direct impact on understanding of material strength and computational structural biology. We have a wide range of research focuses such as Small-Punch Creep Test and Theory, Creep and Fatigue Damage, Multiphysics Simulation, Coarse-grained Modeling, and Accelerated Molecular Dynamics Simulation.
This paper shows the three lowest vibration modes of quadruplet with respect to 3D views. "DNA nanotube formation based on normal mode analysis", Peng Fei Qian et al, 2012, Nanotechnology, 23, 105704, doi:10.1088/0957-4484/23/10/105704
This paper shows several lowest vibration mode shapes of six types of SWCNTs. "A modal analysis of carbon nanotube using elastic network model", M. Kim et al, 2012, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 26.11, 3433-3438, doi:10.1007/s12206-012-0862-0
KOSMOS is the first web server to provide the structural biology community with both harmonic and anharmonic analyses of macromolecular structures including DNA, RNA, and Proteins. "KOSMOS: a universal morph server for nucleic acids, proteins and their complexes", S. Seo et al, 2012, Nucleic Acids Research, 40, W531-W536, doi: 10.1093/nar/gks525