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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor MR Wilson
Organisation: Durham, University of
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Complex fluids & soft solids Materials Characterisation

Current EPSRC Support
EP/P007864/1 Molecular Migration in Complex Matrices: Towards Predictive Design of Structured Products(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/L00111X/1 Molecular Dynamics and EPR spectroscopy on lipid bilayers: new approaches to study biological membranes(P)
EP/J004413/1 Chromonic phase behaviour based on planar discs functionalized with EO (ethylenoxy) groups(P)
EP/H051759/1 New Multiscale Tools for Protein Physics: Thermal Protein Dynamics in Signalling and Allostery.(C)
EP/H020411/1 Bridging the gap between Molecular Dynamics and EPR spectroscopy: Application to Liquid Crystal systems(C)
EP/E019412/1 Self-assembly of chromonic liquid crystals: a combined experimental and theoretical approach.(P)
EP/D055237/1 Adventures in Chemistry at Durham University(C)
EP/D500400/1 Theory and simulation of the cubatic liquid crystalline phase(P)
GR/S30290/01 Atomistic simulations of liquid crystals and the design of new crystalline materials for the 21st century(P)
GR/S43054/01 HPC development project: parallel programs for the simulation of complex fluids(P)
GR/R60164/01 A new parallel program for Monte Carlo simulation of small molecules, liquid crystals, polymers and dendrimers(P)
GR/M92287/01 (JREI) COMPUTER SIMULATION OF MOLECULES,MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS AND MATERIALS(P)
GR/M21676/01 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF LIQUID CRYSTAL PHASES USING ATOMISTIC POTENTIALS(P)
GR/M16023/01 MOLECULAR MODELLING OF LIQUID CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS: HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING CONSORTIUM PROPOSAL(C)
GR/H58810/01 COMPUTER STUDIES OF MOLECULAR PROPERTIES AND INTERACTIONS, AND ORGANISED PHASES(C)
GR/H11860/01 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM CONDENSED SYSTEMS(C)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator