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Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Prof. Dan Thomas Major

Prof. Dan Thomas Major

Prof. Dan Thomas Major

Associate Professor

Reception hours: 

Prof. Major completed his undergraduate studies in chemistry and computer sciences at Bar-Ilan University in 1997. He received his Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University in 2003 under Prof. Bilha Fischer. During his Ph.D. he worked on molecular properties of nucleotide derivatives, theoretical modeling of G-protein coupled receptors, as well as molecular recognition.
He did a post-doctorate at the University of Minnesota under Prof. Jiali Gao during the years 2003-2006. During his post-doctorate he was involved in development and application of theoretical methods for enzyme catalysis.
Since 2007 he is a Faculty member in the Chemistry Department at Bar-Ilan University. His main research interests are in the field of computational chemistry, computational biochemistry, and computational nanotechnology.

  • Krill Prize (Wolf Foundation), 2009.
  • Alon Fellowship, 2008-2010.
  • Fulbright Scholarship, 2003-2004.
  • Excellence in teaching, Rector’s Office, Bar-Ilan University, 2001.
  • Eshkol Scholarship, 2000-2003.
  • Excellent young scientist from the Israeli Chemical Society, 2001.
  • Moris Benin Prize, 1999.
  • Bar-Ilan University Chemistry Department Prize, 1998.
  • Wolf Foundation Prize, young scientist, 1998.
  • Rachel and Reuven Jacobs Prize, 1997.

  • Theoretical study of enzymatic and solution-phase reactions using state-of-the-art combined quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics Hamiltonians
  • Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations of proteins
  • Development of novel path-integral simulation methodology for the investigation of quantum nuclear effects in solution phase and enzymatic reactions
  • Development of hybrid quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics Hamiltonians
  • High-level quantum mechanical calculations of small biomolecules
  • Molecular modeling of membrane proteins
  • Docking studies of protein-ligand interactions
  • Theoretical study of Lithium batteries properties (http://www.inrep.co.il)
  • Theoretical study of photovoltaics

Dan T Major (majort@biu.ac.il)

he group:

Dr. Anil Mhashal

Dr. Mudit Dixit

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