Michael Klein is a pioneer and leader in the use of computational methods to elucidate the structure and dynamics of condensed matter. He has advanced the frontiers of condensed phase molecular simulations over a broad front. In so doing, his research has influenced the interpretation of experiments on the behaviour of disordered crystals, hydrogen-bonded liquids, conducting fluids, supercooled liquids, self-assembled monolayers and lipid bilayers. Michael’s contributions to the methodology of molecular simulations have been very important for the development of this branch of science.
Interest and expertise
Anatomy, physiology and neurosciences
Physiology incl biophysics of cells (non-clinical)