Roderick Melnik

External Scientific Member

Photo not available

T +34 946 567 842
F +34 946 567 843

Information of interest

Research interests include: 

  • Mathematical models in nanoscience, new technologies, and life science applications;
  • Nanoscale systems and low dimensional nanostructures in particular;  
  • Coupled dynamic phenomena, systems, and processes;
  • Complex dynamic systems.

For more information see the above website.

  • Functional Geometry of Human Connectomes 

    Tadic, B.; Andjelkovic, M.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM (2019-08)
    Mapping the brain imaging data to networks, where nodes represent anatomical brain regions and edges indicate the occurrence of fiber tracts between them, has enabled an objective graph-theoretic analysis of human connectomes. ...
  • Coupled Electro-mechanical Behavior of Microtubules 

    Singh, S.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM (2019)
    n this contribution, the coupled electro-mechanical behavior of the microtubules has been systematically investigated utilizing a continuum-based finite element framework. A three-dimensional computational model of a mi- ...
  • Hidden electronic rule in the "cluster-plus-glue-Atom" model 

    Du, J.; Dong, C.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM; Kawazoe, Y.; Wen, B. (2016-10-01)
    Electrons and their interactions are intrinsic factors to affect the structure and properties of materials. Based on the “cluster-cluster-plus-glue-atom” model, an electron counting rule for complex metallic alloys (CMAs) ...
  • Electrochemical Potential Derived from Atomic Cluster Structures 

    Du, J.; Xiao, D.; Wen, B.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM; Kawazoe, Y. (2016-01-01)
    Based on the atomic cluster structures and free electron approximation model, it is revealed that the electrochemical potential (ECP) for the system of interest is proportional to the reciprocal of atomic cluster radius ...
  • Three Dimensional Metallic Carbon from Distorting sp3-Bond 

    Cheng, Y.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM; Kawazoe, Y.; Wen, B. (2016-01-01)
    Owing to the outstanding properties of metallic carbon as well as their great potential applications, design and synthesis of metallic carbon have long attracted considerable attention. In this work, a new three-dimensional ...
  • Coarse-graining RNA nanostructures for molecular dynamics simulations 

    Paliy, M.; Melnik, R.Autoridad BCAM; Shapiro, B.A. (2010-12-31)
    A series of coarse-grained models have been developed for study of the molecular dynamics of RNA nanostructures. The models in the series have one to three beads per nucleotide and include different amounts of detailed ...

More information

  • Machine-Learning-Driven Atomistic Simulations for Energy and Biomedical Applications
Date Title Place Author/s Type

Multidisciplinary alliance in biosciences: modeling, computing, technology and clinical applications

Paris, France (at WCCM14/ECCOMAS-2020)   News and Events
2020-05-18 Predictive Multiscale Materials Design with Mathematical Modelling and Machine Learning Bilbao, Spain (at SIAM Conference MS20)   News and Events

The Vth International AMMCS Conference / Interdisciplinary AMMCS Conference Series

Waterloo, Canada   News and Events
2018-04-01 Focus Program on Nanoscale Systems and Coupled Phenomena: Mathematical Analysis, Modeling, and Applications Toronto, Canada (Fields Institute)   News and Events
2016-08-28 Coupled Mathematical Models for Physical and Biological Nanoscale Systems and Their Applications
BIRS for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery, Banff, Canada
  News and Events