Research Topics Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. The biophysics of molecular motors: optical trapping studies of kinesin and RNA polymerase
  2.  DPI60plus–a future with biophysics
  3. Femtosecond pulse shaping as analytic tool in mass spectrometry of complex polyatomic systems
  4. Biophysical measurements of cells, microtubules, and DNA with an atomic force microscope
  5. Teaching molecular biophysics at the graduate level
  6. Optical lattices
  7. Dissipative effects on a generation scheme of a W state in an array of coupled Josephson junctions
  8. Ultrastable Atomic Force Microscopy for Biophysics
  9. DNA damage induction in dry and hydrated DNA by synchrotron radiation
  10. Heavy charged particles in radiation biology and biophysics
  11.  Biophysical reviews top five: atomic force microscopy in biophysics
  12. Physics with electrostatic rings and traps
  13. Computer Solutions in Physics: With Applications in Astrophysics, Biophysics, Differential Equations, and Engineering, by Steve VanWyk: Scope: monograph. Level …
  14.  Biophysical Reviews ‘Meet the Editors Series’—a profile of Sabrina Leslie
  15.  Biophysical techniques
  16. Single molecule DNA biophysics with atomic force microscopy
  17. Femtosecond diffractive imaging of biological cells
  18.  Roadmap of ultrafast x-ray atomic and molecular physics
  19.  Biophysical chemistry: Part II: Techniques for the study of biological structure and function
  20. Statistics and related topics in single-molecule biophysics
  21. Exploring few-photon, few-electron reactions at FLASH: from ion yield and momentum measurements to time-resolved and kinematically complete experiments
  22.  Single-Molecule Biophysics: Experiment and Theory, Volume 146
  23.  The case for biophysics super-groups in physics
  24.  Community-building and promotion of technological excellence in molecular biophysics: the ARBRE–MOBIEU network
  25.  Applied biophysics: a molecular approach for physical scientists
  26.  An Introduction to Biophysics
  27.  The photosynthetic membrane: molecular mechanisms and biophysics of light harvesting
  28. Biophysical characterization of DNA binding from single molecule force measurements
  29.  Introduction to Biophysics Week: What is Biophysics?
  30.  An introduction to single molecule biophysics
  31. AFM: a versatile tool in biophysics
  32. Biophysical dissection of membrane proteins
  33. Perspectives in radiation biophysics: from radiation track structure simulation to mechanistic models of DNA damage and repair
  34. Atomic force microscopy meets biophysics, bioengineering, chemistry, and materials science
  35.  The physical basis of biochemistry: the foundations of molecular biophysics
  36.  Molecular and cellular biophysics
  37.  Biophysics: tools and techniques
  38. Optical tweezers: fundamentals and some biophysical applications
  39.  Methods in modern biophysics
  40.  Comprehensive cluster investigations in molecular beams: from atmospheric chemistry to biophysics
  41. Nanodiscs in membrane biochemistry and biophysics
  42. Radiative decay engineering: biophysical and biomedical applications
  43.  General Biophysics: Volume II
  44. Introduction to integrative biophysics
  45. Biophysics of knotting
  46.  Medical physics and biophysics. Module 2
  47.  Medical Physics? Biophysics?
  48. Assessing biophysical energy transfer mechanisms in living systems: the basis of life processes
  49.  Introduction to experimental biophysics: biological methods for physical scientists
  50. Cavity optomechanics with whispering-gallery mode optical micro-resonators
  51. The physics of life: one molecule at a time
  52. Novel in situ sensing surface forces apparatus for measuring gold versus gold, hydrophobic, and biophysical interactions
  53. Biophysics: An Introduction
  54. Advanced Dual Beam Optical Tweezers for Undergraduate Biophysics Research
  55. Free-electron-laser-based biophysical and biomedical instrumentation
  56.  In Singulo Biophysics
  57. Positron scattering from water
  58. The case for biophysics super-groups in physics departments
  59.  Coarse-grained modeling of the actin filament derived from atomistic-scale simulations
  60. Multiple optical trapping and binding: new routes to self-assembly
  61.  USSR CSFR JOINT SEMINAR ON NONLINEAR OPTICS IN CONTROL, DIAGNOSTICS, AND MODELING OF BIOPHYSICAL PROCESSES
  62.  A multipurpose end-station for atomic, molecular and optical sciences and coherent diffractive imaging at ELI beamlines
  63.  Single-molecule cellular biophysics
  64. Photophysics of fluorescent probes for single-molecule biophysics and super-resolution imaging
  65. Time-resolved methods in biophysics. 9. Laser temperature-jump methods for investigating biomolecular dynamics
  66. Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy: inception, biophysical experimentations, and prospectus
  67. Biophysics of the DNA molecule
  68.  Biophysics: Past, Present, and Future
  69. Surface-enhanced Raman scattering: a new optical probe in molecular biophysics and biomedicine
  70. Optical trapping meets atomic force microscopy: a precision force microscope for biophysics
  71.  Field concepts and the emergence of a holistic biophysics
  72.  Physics and biology
  73. Motion and enzymatic degradation of DNA in the atomic force microscope
  74.  Biophysics: an introduction
  75.  Basic biophysics for biology
  76. Advances in Single Molecule Biophysics: Breaking the Nanometer Barrier with Optical Tweezers
  77.  Simulating polaron biophysics with Rydberg atoms
  78. Biophysical injury mechanisms in electrical shock trauma
  79. Cyanine dyes in biophysical research: the photophysics of polymethine fluorescent dyes in biomolecular environments
  80.  Computational biochemistry and biophysics
  81. Applications of atomic force microscopy in biophysical chemistry of cells
  82. Protein–excipient interactions: Mechanisms and biophysical characterization applied to protein formulation development
  83. Sensitive force technique to probe molecular adhesion and structural linkages at biological interfaces
  84. Femtosecond x-ray photoelectron diffraction on gas-phase dibromobenzene molecules
  85. The mid-century biophysics bubble: Hiroshima and the biological revolution in America, revisited
  86.  Modern biophysical chemistry: detection and analysis of biomolecules
  87. Interatomic coulombic electron capture in slow atomic collisions
  88. Differential force microscope for long time-scale biophysical measurements
  89.  Biophysical chemistry
  90. Biophysics in drug discovery: impact, challenges and opportunities
  91.  Q&A: What is biophysics?
  92. Symposium on Biophysics
  93.  Practical Course in Biophysics Experiment: UV-VIS Spectroscopy
  94. Roadmap on quantum light spectroscopy
  95. Modeling biophysical and biological properties from the characteristics of the molecular electron density, electron localization and delocalization matrices, and the …
  96. Ghost-and self-interaction-free ensemble calculations with local exchange–correlation potential for atoms
  97. Nonlinearity-induced multiplexed optical trapping and manipulation with femtosecond vector beams
  98.  The Distributions and Orientations of Retinoids in Retinal Membranes Studied with All-Atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations
  99. Differentiable biology: using deep learning for biophysics-based and data-driven modeling of molecular mechanisms
  100.  Biophysics an
  101. Molecular Biophysics Symposium, November 6, 2014
  102.  List of Publications Professor Klaus Schulten Departments of Physics, Chemistry, and Biophysics
  103. Biophysical characterisation of DNA origami nanostructures reveals inaccessibility to intercalation binding sites
  104. Tensegrity, cellular biophysics, and the mechanics of living systems
  105. A Symposium on Biophysics
  106.  Temperature dependence of chemical and biophysical rate processes: Phenomenological approach to deviations from Arrhenius law
  107. Biomechanics and biophysics of cancer cells
  108.  Twenty-five years of molecular biophysics
  109.  Mass spectrometry in biophysics: conformation and dynamics of biomolecules
  110. Macromolecular crowding and confinement: biochemical, biophysical, and potential physiological consequences
  111.  Physics with fundamentals of biophysics
  112. Biophysics in reverse: Using blood cells to accurately calibrate force-microscopy cantilevers
  113. Optothermal biophysics: Light driven molecule traps, Microscale Thermophoresis, Imaging of kinetics and Autonomous evolution
  114. Techniques in Biophysics
  115. Time-resolved methods in biophysics. 4. Broadband pump—probe spectroscopy system with sub-20 fs temporal resolution for the study of energy transfer processes …
  116. Biophysics education
  117. Introduction: The Nature of Biophysics
  118. An undergraduate biophysics program: Curricular examples and lessons from a liberal arts context
  119. Carbonic anhydrase as a model for biophysical and physical-organic studies of proteins and protein− ligand binding
  120.  Biophysical Interactions of 5-Fluorouracil with lipid bilayers: a molecular dynamics study
  121. Biomolecular simulation: a computational microscope for molecular biology
  122. Out-of-Equilibrium Biophysical Chemistry: The Case for Multidimensional, Integrated Single-Molecule Approaches
  123. Strophotron spontaneous emission in a Free-Electron Laser with transversally inhomogeneous magnetic field
  124. Physics unlocked
  125.  Interrogating biology with force: single molecule high-resolution measurements with optical tweezers
  126. Alternating gradient focusing and deceleration of polar molecules
  127.  Biophysics of DNA
  128. Probing bacterial interactions: integrated approaches combining atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy and biophysical techniques
  129.  The biophysics of bacterial infections: Adhesion events in the light of force spectroscopy
  130.  Massively parallel single-molecule manipulation using centrifugal force
  131. Ultrafast dynamics in acetylene clocked in a femtosecond XUV stopwatch
  132. Functionalization of graphene quantum dots (GQDs) with chitosan biopolymer for biophysical applications
  133.  Radiation biophysics (ionizing radiations)
  134.  Biophysical mechanisms for nonthermal microwave effects
  135.  Topical Issue on Bio macromolecules
  136. Coarse-grained (multiscale) simulations in studies of biophysical and chemical systems
  137. Biophysics at Waseda University
  138. Effects of external electric fields on lysozyme adsorption by molecular dynamics simulations
  139. Studies of photosynthesis using a pulsed laser: I. Temperature dependence of cytochrome oxidation rate in chromatium. Evidence for tunneling
  140.  Biophysics: A Student’s Guide to the Physics of the Life Sciences and Medicine
  141.  Biophysics
  142. Applications for atomic force microscopy of DNA
  143. The physics of organoids: a biophysical approach to understanding organogenesis
  144. Biophysics of catch bonds
  145. Biophysical tools to study cellular mechanotransduction
  146. Single-particle coherent diffractive imaging with a soft x-ray free electron laser: towards soot aerosol morphology
  147.  Membrane biophysics: as viewed from experimental bilayer lipid membranes
  148.  Biophysical Reviews: a Q1 ranked journal in biophysics and structural biology
  149.  Nanoscale biophysics of the cell
  150. The optical trap: how a laser beam and some clever engineering spawned a biophysics revolution
  151. Peroxidases and catalases: biochemistry, biophysics, biotechnology and physiology
  152. Grazing-incidence scattering—status and perspectives in soft matter and biophysics
  153. All-atom molecular dynamics study of EAK16 peptide: the effect of pH on single-chain conformation, dimerization and self-assembly behavior
  154.  Measuring the viscoelastic properties of human platelets with the atomic force microscope
  155. A biophysical perspective of understanding nanoparticles at large
  156.  Special biophysics projects
  157. Recent advances in bioimaging with high-speed atomic force microscopy
  158. A method to track rotational motion for use in single-molecule biophysics
  159. L x-ray production cross sections in Th and U at 17.8, 25.8 and 46.9 keV photon energies
  160.  The Molecular Biophysics of Adaptation
  161. Inelastic scattering of 88.03 keV photons by elements with 4⩽ Z⩽ 83
  162. Anisotropic angular distribution of Er L x-rays following photoionization by linearly polarized radiation
  163. Biophysics in Kanazawa University
  164. RLE progress report
  165. Biophysical chemistry. Part I
  166.  Folding Trp-cage to NMR resolution native structure using a coarse-grained protein model
  167.  AN INTRODUCTORY TREATISE ON BIOPHYSICS
  168. Biophysical techniques in structural biology
  169. Molecule by molecule, the physics and chemistry of life: SMB 2007
  170.  Pre-clinical biophysical characterization of therapeutic antibodies in human serum by analytical ultracentrifugation
  171.  Thermal biophysics of membranes
  172.  … world of single biopolymer thermodynamics: Comment on “Biophysical characterization of DNA binding from single molecule force measurements” by KR …
  173. Quantifying the biophysical characteristics of Plasmodium-falciparum-parasitized red blood cells in microcirculation
  174. Advancing biophysics using DNA origami
  175. The contribution of biophysics and structural biology to current advances in COVID-19
  176. Biophysical research in Okazaki, Japan
  177. Buffer-gas cooling of molecules in the low-density regime: Comparison between simulation and experiment
  178. A precision force microscope for biophysics
  179. Dynamic strength of molecular adhesion bonds
  180. Biophysical principles of sensory transduction
  181.  Voltage-sensitive ion channels: Biophysics of molecular excitability
  182. Laws of Physics and Chemistry
  183.  Sequence-specific size, structure, and stability of tight protein knots
  184. Biophysics of chromatin dynamics
  185.  Guided folding of life’s proteins in integrate cells with holographic memory and GM-biophysical steering
  186. Experimental techniques for single cell and single molecule biomechanics
  187. Thermal noise limitations on micromechanical experiments
  188. Toward deep biophysical cytometry: prospects and challenges
  189. Imaging the membrane protein bacteriorhodopsin with the atomic force microscope
  190. The biophysics of neuronal growth
  191.  Membranes, ions and impulses: a chapter of classical biophysics
  192. Proteins in saccharides matrices and the trehalose peculiarity: biochemical and biophysical properties
  193. Modern surface plasmon resonance for bioanalytics and biophysics
  194. Developing a new biophysical tool to combine magneto-optical tweezers with super-resolution fluorescence microscopy
  195. Nanopores: A journey towards DNA sequencing
  196.  Modeling the open-to-closed transition of adenylate kinase: All-atom molecular dynamics simulations and a double-well network model
  197. The tasks of biophysics after revealing of the nature of life
  198. Micro-and nanotechnology for cell biophysics
  199. Mathematical and computational modelling of skin biophysics: a review
  200. The biophysical design of plant cuticles: an overview
  201.  Glycocalyx regulates the strength and kinetics of cancer cell adhesion revealed by biophysical models based on high resolution label-free optical data
  202.  Compendium of Medical Physics, Medical Technology and Biophysics
  203. Single-molecule studies of amyloid proteins: from biophysical properties to diagnostic perspectives
  204.  Super-resolution imaging: when biophysics meets nanophotonics
  205. Biophysical aspects of neutron scattering from vibrational modes of proteins
  206. Systems biophysics: Single-molecule optical proteomics in single living cells
  207.  An automated two-dimensional optical force clamp for single molecule studies
  208. Department of Chemistry, Biophysics,’Physics and Radiophysics
  209. A Life of Biophysics
  210. Stochastic modeling in nanoscale biophysics: subdiffusion within proteins
  211. Physics and Biophysics
  212. The Definition of Biophysics: What Exactly is Biophysics?
  213.  Introductory biophysics: Perspectives on the living state
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