Theoretical & Computational Biology

Theoretical and Computational model building, in conjunction with thermodynamics and statistical physics is used to understand biological phenomena that include (but are not limited to) transport; gene expression; tissue mechanics; molecular motors; biomolecular self-assembly; and response of bio-assemblies to extreme conditions. Efforts are frequently complemented with experimental collaborations.

Dipjyoti Das
Assistant Professor
E-mail: dipjyoti.das[at]

Research Area: Theoretical and computational Biophysics, and Stochastic processes in biology

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Neelanjana Sengupta
Associate Professor
E-mail: n.sengupta[at]

Research Area: Theoretical and Computational Biophysics: Protein folding, stability, self-assembly and amyloidogenesis, thermal and solvent influences, crowding effects, interfacial behaviour