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Principal Areas of Research: Statistical mechanics and thermodynamics, computer simulation techniques, phase transitions and critical phenomena, calorimetry, fluorescense spectroscopy, electron-spin resonance spectroscopy, biomembrane physics and chemistry, physical chemistry of surfaces and interfaces, soft matter, materials science. Phase transitions in solids and fluids, Monte Carlo methods, liquid crystals, overlayers on solid surfaces, domain--growth kinetics, grain growth and grain boundaries, interfaces and melting, solidification, fractals and pattern formation, transport phenomena, ceramic high--temperature superconductors, polymers, random surfaces, lipid monolayers and bilayers, biological membranes, lipid membranes and liposomes incorporated with cholesterol, proteins, polypeptides, drugs and insecticides, phospholipase action. Visiting scientists in 1999: Prof. Martin J. Zuckermann (McGill) Prof. Robert Cantor Dr. James Polson (McGill) Dr. Thomas Heimburg (MPI, Goettingen) During the period the project has received financial support from the following sources: The Danish Natural Science Research Council The Danish Technical Science Research Council The Danish Medical Research Council Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Carlsberg Foundation The Danish Research Academy The Hasselblad Foundation
StatusCurrent
Period01/07/8531/12/00
Financing sourceUnknown
Research programmeUkendt
Amount600,000.00 Danish kroner
Financing sourceUnknown
Research programmeUkendt
Amount1,360,000.00 Danish kroner
Financing sourceUnknown
Research programmeUkendt
Amount85,000.00 Danish kroner
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