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Bruna Jacobson

Research Assistant Professor

Tapia Lab - Department of Computer Science

Mailing address:

Mail stop: MSC01 1100
1 University of New Mexico
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 USA

Contact:

E-Mail:
Office: 3400C Farris
Phone: 505.277.7833
Fax: 505.277.6927

Dr. Jacobson has a Ph.D. in theoretical and computational condensed matter physics from the University of Southern California in 2012. She has extensive experience with computational methods, such as kinetic Monte Carlo, Markov theory, simulated annealing, and Metropolis algorithms applied to problems in biophysics and condensed matter physics. Her current research interests are in computational biophysics, ranging from modeling molecular motors to protein aggregation, non-equilibrium stochastic processes, and phase transitions in soft condensed matter systems.






Publications

  • Kasra Manavi, Bruna Jacobson, Brittany Hoard, Lydia Tapia, "Influence of model resolution on geometric simulations of antibody aggregation," Robotica, 34(8), pp. 1754-1776, May 2016. (link, pdf, Bibtex)

  • Bruna D. Jacobson, Kasra Manavi, Susan R. Atlas, Lydia Tapia, "Impact of Structural and Dynamical Complexity on Kinesin Kinetics", Poster at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting (BPS), Baltimore, Maryland, Feb. 2015. Also, Biophysical Journal, 108(2), pp. 138a-139a, Jan. 2015. (pdf, Bibtex)

  • Brittany Hoard, Bruna Jacobson, Kasra Manavi, Lydia Tapia, "Extending Rule-Based Methods to Model Molecular Geometry," BMC Systems Biology: Selected articles from the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine 2015: Systems Biology, 10(Suppl 2)(48), Aug. 2016. (link, Bibtex)

  • Brittany Hoard, Bruna Jacobson, Kasra Manavi, Lydia Tapia, "Extending Rule-Based Methods to Model Molecular Geometry", In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM 2015), Washington, D.C., U.S.A., Nov. 2015. (pdf, Bibtex)