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Maria Fyta
Maria Fyta
Computational Biotechnology, RWTH-Aachen University
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Ab initio supercell calculations on nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond: Electronic structure and hyperfine tensors
A Gali, M Fyta, E Kaxiras
Physical Review B 77 (15), 155206, 2008
3742008
Ionic force field optimization based on single-ion and ion-pair solvation properties: Going beyond standard mixing rules
M Fyta, RR Netz
The Journal of chemical physics 136 (12), 124103, 2012
1422012
MUPHY: A parallel MUlti PHYsics/scale code for high performance bio-fluidic simulations
M Bernaschi, S Melchionna, S Succi, M Fyta, E Kaxiras, JK Sircar
Computer Physics Communications 180 (9), 1495-1502, 2009
1332009
Force fields for divalent cations based on single-ion and ion-pair properties
S Mamatkulov, M Fyta, RR Netz
The Journal of chemical physics 138 (2), 024505, 2013
1252013
Multiscale coupling of molecular dynamics and hydrodynamics: application to DNA translocation through a nanopore
MG Fyta, S Melchionna, E Kaxiras, S Succi
Multiscale Modeling & Simulation 5 (4), 1156-1173, 2006
1202006
Hydrodynamic correlations in the translocation of a biopolymer through a nanopore: Theory and multiscale simulations
M Fyta, S Melchionna, S Succi, E Kaxiras
Physical Review E 78 (3), 036704, 2008
1032008
Ionic force field optimization based on single-ion and ion-pair solvation properties
M Fyta, I Kalcher, J Dzubiella, L Vrbka, RR Netz
The Journal of chemical physics 132 (2), 024911, 2010
842010
Insights into the fracture mechanisms and strength of amorphous and nanocomposite carbon
MG Fyta, IN Remediakis, PC Kelires, DA Papaconstantopoulos
Physical review letters 96 (18), 185503, 2006
802006
Translocation of biomolecules through solid‐state nanopores: Theory meets experiments
M Fyta, S Melchionna, S Succi
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 49 (14), 985-1011, 2011
612011
Translocation of biomolecules through solid‐state nanopores: Theory meets experiments
M Fyta, S Melchionna, S Succi
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 49 (14), 985-1011, 2011
612011
Threading DNA through nanopores for biosensing applications
M Fyta
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 27 (27), 273101, 2015
552015
Ab initio determination of coarse-grained interactions in double-stranded DNA
CW Hsu, M Fyta, G Lakatos, S Melchionna, E Kaxiras
The Journal of chemical physics 137 (10), 105102, 2012
432012
Energetics and stability of nanostructured amorphous carbon
MG Fyta, IN Remediakis, PC Kelires
Physical Review B 67 (3), 035423, 2003
402003
Structure, stability, and stress properties of amorphous and nanostructured carbon films
MG Fyta, C Mathioudakis, G Kopidakis, PC Kelires
Thin Solid Films 482 (1-2), 56-62, 2005
352005
The properties of residual water molecules in ionic liquids: a comparison between direct and inverse Kirkwood–Buff approaches
T Kobayashi, JESJ Reid, S Shimizu, M Fyta, J Smiatek
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (29), 18924-18937, 2017
322017
Diamondoid-functionalized gold nanogaps as sensors for natural, mutated, and epigenetically modified DNA nucleotides
G Sivaraman, RG Amorim, RH Scheicher, M Fyta
Nanoscale 8 (19), 10105-10112, 2016
312016
Quantized current blockade and hydrodynamic correlations in biopolymer translocation through nanopores: evidence from multiscale simulations
M Bernaschi, S Melchionna, S Succi, M Fyta, E Kaxiras
Nano letters 8 (4), 1115-1119, 2008
312008
Atomic and electronic structure of crystalline–amorphous carbon interfaces
G Kopidakis, IN Remediakis, MG Fyta, PC Kelires
Diamond and Related Materials 16 (10), 1875-1881, 2007
292007
Multiscale simulation of nanobiological flows
M Fyta, S Melchionna, E Kaxiras, S Succi
Computing in Science & Engineering 10 (4), 10-19, 2008
282008
Aqueous Mixtures of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids: Entropy-Driven Accumulation of Water Molecules at Interfaces
T Kobayashi, A Kemna, M Fyta, B Braunschweig, J Smiatek
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123 (22), 13795-13803, 2019
252019
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