Andrew Abi Mansour

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Mesoscopic N-atom systems derive their structural and dynamical properties from processes coupled across multiple scales in space and time. A multiscale method for simulating these systems in the friction dominated regime from the underlying N-atom formulation is presented. The method integrates notions of multiscale analysis, Trotter factorization, and a(More)
Plasmon properties are of significant interest in pure and applied nanoscience. While time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) can be used to study plasmons, it becomes impractical for elucidating the effect of size, geometric arrangement, and dimensionality in complex nanosystems. In this study, a new multiscale formalism that addresses this(More)
Simulations of virus-like particles needed for computer-aided vaccine design highlight the need for new algorithms that accelerate molecular dynamics. Such simulations via conventional molecular dynamics present a practical challenge due to the millions of atoms involved and the long timescales of the phenomena of interest. These phenomena include(More)
Molecular dynamics systems evolve through the interplay of collective and localized disturbances. As a practical consequence, there is a restriction on the time step imposed by the broad spectrum of time scales involved. To resolve this restriction, multiscale factorization was introduced for molecular dynamics as a method that exploits the separation of(More)
Constructing atom-resolved states from low-resolution data is of practical importance in many areas of science and engineering. This problem is addressed in this article in the context of multiscale factorization methods for molecular dynamics. These methods capture the crosstalk between atomic and coarse-grained scales arising in macromolecular systems.(More)
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