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Group picture, April 2017. From left to right: Kay Schaller (semester student), Annick Renevey, Lennard Böselt (Master student), Jagna Witek, Patrick Bleiziffer, Robin Lingwood (semester student), Sereina Riniker, Dominik Sidler.
Summer outing in Braunwald, July 2016. From left to right: Annick Renevey, Dominik Sidler, Sereina Riniker, Michael Cristofol Clough (visiting student), Jagna Witek, Patrick Bleiziffer.

The group for computational chemistry works on the development of methods and software for classical molecular dynamics simulations and cheminformatics, and their application to biological and chemical questions.

The chair for computational chemistry (Informatikgestützte Chemie, IGC) is part of the Laboratory for Physical Chemistry (LPC) in the Departement of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences (D-CHAB) at ETH Zurich. The chair was established in 1990 by Prof. Wilfred van Gunsteren and held until he retired in January, 2013.
The group has access to state-of-the-art computer facilities including the Brutus and Euler cluster of ETH Zurich.
Please check the menu above for detailed information on the group. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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