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|Email:||ganesh _at_ icp.uni-stuttgart.de|
Institute for Computational Physics
My research involves computational modeling of solid state devices / materials for next generation label free DNA sequencing (and proteomics ) on High-performance computers. The device simulations are performed with the framework of Density functional theory (DFT) combined with Non-Equilibrium Greens Function (NEGF) Formalism. In addition, I am interest in the application of Machine learning to Nanotechnology and Materials modeling.
- Nucleobase interactions with lower diamondoids.
- The solid state device simulation involves gold electrodes embedded with diamond caged molecules (i.e. Diamondoids) for tunneling based electric DNA sequencing devices .
- Mutation and methylations detection
- Material modeling of Semiconducting (2H) / metallic (1T) phase in MoS2 monolayer for novel nanoscale bio-sensing application.
- Machine learning based molecular classifier : coulomb matrix has been developed as a feature to map and predict molecular properties. I aim to implement a molecular classifier based on sorted coulomb matrix as feature for molecules. Implementation is done with Apache Spark (Python API) and machine learning is performed with the Spark built in MLlib.
publications → here.
"Effect of The Protein Electric Field on The Spectral Tuning Of A Photosynthetic System" (267 KB), 2012, CBBC Group, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.