Jay Bardhan
Jay Bardhan
Computational Scientist at Pacific Northwest National Lab
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Simulated x-ray scattering of protein solutions using explicit-solvent models
S Park, JP Bardhan, B Roux, L Makowski
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (13), 134114, 2009
Biomolecular electrostatics using a fast multipole BEM on up to 512 GPUs and a billion unknowns
R Yokota, JP Bardhan, MG Knepley, LA Barba, T Hamada
Computer Physics Communications 182 (6), 1272-1283, 2011
Accurate solution of multi‐region continuum biomolecule electrostatic problems using the linearized Poisson–Boltzmann equation with curved boundary elements
MD Altman, JP Bardhan, JK White, B Tidor
Journal of computational chemistry 30 (1), 132-153, 2009
SoftWAXS: a computational tool for modeling wide-angle X-ray solution scattering from biomolecules
J Bardhan, S Park, L Makowski
Journal of applied crystallography 42 (5), 932-943, 2009
Efficiently accounting for ion correlations in electrokinetic nanofluidic devices using density functional theory
D Gillespie, AS Khair, JP Bardhan, S Pennathur
Journal of colloid and interface science 359 (2), 520-529, 2011
Fast methods for simulation of biomolecule electrostatics
SS Kuo, MD Altman, JP Bardhan, B Tidor, JK White
Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE/ACM international conference on Computer-aided …, 2002
FFTSVD: A fast multiscale boundary-element method solver suitable for bio-MEMS and biomolecule simulation
MD Altman, JP Bardhan, B Tidor, JK White
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated circuits and …, 2006
Streaming current and wall dissolution over 48h in silica nanochannels
MB Andersen, H Bruus, JP Bardhan, S Pennathur
Journal of colloid and interface science 360 (1), 262-271, 2011
A biomolecular electrostatics solver using Python, GPUs and boundary elements that can handle solvent-filled cavities and Stern layers
CD Cooper, JP Bardhan, LA Barba
Computer physics communications 185 (3), 720-729, 2014
Numerical solution of boundary-integral equations for molecular electrostatics
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (9), 094102, 2009
Affine-response model of molecular solvation of ions: Accurate predictions of asymmetric charging free energies
JP Bardhan, P Jungwirth, L Makowski
The Journal of chemical physics 137 (12), 124101, 2012
Numerical integration techniques for curved-element discretizations of molecule-solvent interfaces
JP Bardhan, MD Altman, DJ Willis, SM Lippow, B Tidor, JK White
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (1), 014701, 2007
Biomolecular electrostatics—I want your solvation (model) See [1].
JP Bardhan
Computational Science & Discovery 5 (1), 013001, 2012
Nonlocal continuum electrostatic theory predicts surprisingly small energetic penalties for charge burial in proteins
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (10), 104113, 2011
Interpreting the Coulomb-field approximation for generalized-Born electrostatics using boundary-integral equation theory
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (14), 144105, 2008
Communication: Modeling charge-sign asymmetric solvation free energies with nonlinear boundary conditions
JP Bardhan, MG Knepley
The Journal of chemical physics 141 (13), 131103, 2014
Discretization of the induced-charge boundary integral equation
JP Bardhan, RS Eisenberg, D Gillespie
Physical Review E 80 (1), 011906, 2009
Comparison of three-dimensional Poisson solution methods for particle-based simulation and inhomogeneous dielectrics
C Berti, D Gillespie, JP Bardhan, RS Eisenberg, C Fiegna
Physical Review E 86 (1), 011912, 2012
Bounding the electrostatic free energies associated with linear continuum models of molecular solvation
JP Bardhan, MG Knepley, M Anitescu
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (10), 104108, 2009
Computational science and re-discovery: open-source implementation of ellipsoidal harmonics for problems in potential theory
JP Bardhan, MG Knepley
Computational Science & Discovery 5 (1), 014006, 2012
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