Gennady V. Miloshevsky0000-0001-6172-2742
Dr. Miloshevsky received his MS in physics from Belarus State University in 1990. In 1998, he completed his Ph.D. in physics from the Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Dr. Miloshevsky’s training was in the fields of physics, mathematics and computer science with specializations in atomic, molecular and plasma physics. He participated in numerous national and international research projects in collaborations with scientists in Russia, Europe and Israel. In 2000, he joined Brandeis University as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. He focused on the development of new computational approaches for treating large protein systems, with the goal of predicting such proteins’ detailed function from knowledge of their structure. Dr. Miloshevsky was promoted to Research Associate in 2002. In 2008, Dr. Miloshevsky joined School of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue University as a Research Scientist. He was promoted to Research Assistant Professor in 2009. Dr. Miloshevsky’s research accomplishments have been documented through publications in peer-reviewed journals, books and conference proceedings. Prof. Miloshevsky's research is focused on problems in computational physics, permeation and gating of protein channels and transporters, continuum electro-elasticity of lipid bilayers, Molecular Dynamics, Normal Mode Analysis and Monte Carlo methods, Hartree-Fock and DFT methods, atomic and molecular physics, plasma physics, atomic spectra and plasma kinetics, the physics of high energy densities, warm dense matter, radiative gas dynamics, interaction of plasma and beams with matter, neutron transport, Computational Fluid Dynamics, multiphase flows.
Biography Updated on 26 September 2011