Dusan P. Djurdjevic

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True ab initio prediction of protein 3D structure requires only the protein primary structure, a physicochemical free energy model, and a search method for identifying the free energy global minimum. Various characteristics of evolutionary algorithms (EAs) mean they are in principle well suited to the latter. Studies to date have been less than encouraging,(More)
Ab initio protein structure prediction involves determination of the three-dimensional (3D) conformation of proteins on the basis of their amino acid sequence, a potential energy (PE) model that captures the physics of the interatomic interactions, and a method to search for and identify the global minimum in the PE (or free energy) surface such as an(More)
This paper reviews some key techniques for design of new high performance photonic devices and widely used optoelectronic components. The emphasis of this work is upon numerical simulation techniques for integrated photonics, based on the numerical solution of the 3D vector Helmholtz’s equation subject to open boundary conditions. In particular, the focus(More)
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