Bruno Daunay

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— This paper presents a new method allowing haptic feedback in molecular docking simulations using a minimization process. These simulations, classically used by the pharmaceutical industry, for example Sanofi-Aventis, are based on the energy description of atoms to estimate the interactions between a ligand and a protein. The main drawback is that forces(More)
This paper presents a new method for haptic feedback in molecular docking simulations as applied to the design of new drugs. These simulations, typically used by the pharmaceutical industry, for example Sanofi-Aventis, are based on the description of atomic energies to estimate the interactions between a ligand and a protein. The main drawback is that(More)
— This paper presents a new method for a six degrees of freedom haptic feedback in molecular docking simulations in virtual reality. The proposed method allows real-time haptic interaction even in the case of classical molecular simulation which implies notoriously long computation time. These simulations are classically used by the pharmaceutical industry(More)
Digital microfluidic has recently been under intensive study, as an effective method to carry out liquid manipulation in Lab-On-a-Chip (LOC) systems. Among droplet actuation forces, ElectroWetting on Dielectric (EWOD) and Liquid DiElectroPhoresis (LDEP) are powerful tools, used in many LOC platforms. Such digital microfluidic transductions do not require(More)
In this paper, we have investigated the use of DNA hybridization as the basis for the production of new mesoscale components. AFM experimental results are studied and compared to two theoretical approaches: molecular and thermodynamic. We explain how and why DNA hybridization process can provide a good bond to self assemble components, and how molecular(More)
— This paper presents a new method for a six degrees of freedom haptic feedback in molecular docking simulations in virtual reality. The proposed method allows haptic interaction even in the case of classical molecular simulation which implies notoriously long computation time. These simulations are based on the Newtonian mechanics theory and imply an(More)
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