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Bachelor's at Bacharelado Em Fisica Computacional from Universidade de São Paulo (1999), master's at Physic from Universidade de São Paulo (2002) and doctorate at Fisica[S.Carlos] from Universidade de São Paulo (2006). Has experience in Physics, focusing on Liquids and Solids Structure; Crystallography, acting on the following subjects: Computational Physics, Molecular Dynamics simulations, Host-guest protein systems, ion aqueous solution and small molecules crystallography (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The consequences of human activities to the environment are becoming disturbing in the last decades. In particular, subjects related with the conservation of world drinking water supplies are present in the schedule of the most important meetings of world leaders. In this context we can highlight the problem of water pollution by heavy metals originated from mining activities, unappropr...
The use of computer simulations as a tool for studying the most variable systems is a reality. The analysis of results from real and virtual experiments allows a better and general understanding of involved phenomena, leading to a more complete characterization of the studied systems. The application of simulations to the study of molecular systems gives us the possibility to observe th...
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ARAUJO, Alexandre Suman de. "Estudo do processo de complexação de calixarenos com íons metálicos e espécies neutras por simulações de dinâmica molecular". Tese (Doutorado) - Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (01/10750-0)
ARAUJO, Alexandre Suman de. Determinação de estruturas moleculares cristalinas por difração de raios X e desenvolvimento de um sistema computacional para a comparação de fragmentos moleculares de configuração similar. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (99/07507-4)