Theoretical and computational research group

at the University of Massachusetts Boston

The Green Lab is solving complex chemical and physical problems with a combination of theory and computer simulation. Our theoretical tools draw from statistical mechanics, dynamical systems, and information theory, which we typically couple with molecular dynamics simulations run on graphics-processing units. We are located on the oceanfront campus of the University of Massachusetts Boston, only minutes from downtown Boston.

About us

We are a team of chemists, physicists, and biologists developing theoretical and computational methods for applications that range from the complex chemical processes of combustion to the molecular mechanisms of mixing liquids. Much of our research involves problems related to the transport of matter and energy and how macroscopic phenomena emerge from the microscopic behavior of molecules. We are particularly interested in the fundamental dynamical processes of complex systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium.

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