Brief CV

Education and Degrees

1976 Master of Science, State University of Moldova, Kishinev, Moldova
1984 Doctor of Philosophy, State University of Moldova, Kishinev, Moldova
1993 Habilitation, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
2013 Professor of Physics, the title granted by the President of Poland


Employment

1977-1989 Lecturer, Thai Nguyen University, Thai Nguyen, Vietnam
1993-2002 Adjunct, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
2002-9.2010 Associate Professor, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Since 10.2010 Professor of Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland


Editorial work

1. BioMed Research International, Member of the Editorial Board, section Biophysics
2. Chemical Papers, Springer, Member of the Editorial Board


Supervisor

Supervised 4 PhD students. Currently supervising 7.

  1. Steered Molecular Dynamics - a Promissing Tool for Drug Design, International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics, July 4 - 8, 2011, High Tatra Mountains, Slovakia (plenary talk)
  2. Scaling properties of protein folding and misfolding, 2005 Taiwan Summer Symposium on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics (StatPhys-Taiwan-2005), 31July - 3 August 2005, Taipei, Taiwan., Plenary talk

  1. Protein aggregation and neurodegenerative disease, Computational Biophysics at the Molecular and Mososcales, October 27-31, 2018, Quy Nhon, Vietnam
  2. Pulling for understanding biomolecular prosesses, Fourth Polish-Korean Conference on "Protein Folding: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches", September 9-13, 2018, Iława, Poland
  3. Pulling to probe ligand binding affinity and protein aggregation rate, 7th International Conference on the Development of Biomedical Engineering in Vietnam (BME7), 27-29 June 2018, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  4. Pulling to probe ligand binding affinity and protein aggregation rate, 2018 Taiwan International Workshop on Developments in Statistical, Nonlinear, and Biological Physics (StatPhys-Taiwan-2018), in honor of Prof. Chin-Kun Hu on the occasion of his 70th birthday, 25 June 2018, Taipei, Taiwan
  5. Protein aggregation and neurodegenerative diseases, International Conference Biomolecules and Nanostructures 6, May 10 - 14, 2017, Podlesice, Poland, 40 min.
  6. Computer-aided drug design: improved steered molecular dynamics method, The 4th International Conference on Molecular Simulation, Oct. 23 - 26, 2016, Shanghai, China, 20 min, about 400 participants.
  7. A novel method for navigating optimal path for ligand escape from binding site and application to drug design, Bioinformatics in Torun 2016 - BIT16, 16-18 June 2016, Torun, Poland, 30 min, about 60 participants.
  8. Protein aggregation: key principles and applications, 2015 NCTS International Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex System, August 15-17, 2015, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 40 min.
  9. Protein aggregation: key principles and applications, The Third International Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Physics (IWTCP), July 27-30, 2015, Da Lat, Vietnam, 30 min.
  10. In silico and in vitro search of potential drugs for Alzheimer's disease, 9th international conference "Structure and Stability of Biomacromolecules", June 30 - July 3, 2015, Kosice, Slovakia, 40 min.
  11. Protein aggregation: key principles and applications,P 2015 NCTS International Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex Systems, August 15-17, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  12. Protein aggregation: key principles and applications, The third International Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Physics (IWTCP), July 27-30, Da Lat, Vietnam
  13. In silico and in vitro search of potential drugs for Alzheimer's disease, 9th international conferenc "Structure and Stability of Biomacromolecules", June 30 - July 3, 2015, Kosice, Slovakia.
  14. Key Factors Governing Fibril Formation of Proteins: Insights from Simulations, International Conference "From Computational Biophysics to Systems Biology (CBSB14)", May 25-27 2014, Gdansk, Poland
  15. Computer-aided drug design: basic concepts and applications to influenza virus and Alzheimer's disease, Workshop on Molecular Simulations of Biophysics and Biochemistry, November 21 , 2013, RIKEN AICS, Kobe, Japan
  16. . Factors Governing Fibrillogenesis of proteins: from lattice to all-atom simulations, 3th International Conference on Molecular Simulation (ICMS2013), November 18-20, 2013, Kobe, Japan
  17. Mechanical stability of proteins: from coarse-grained to all-atom simulations, Satellite Meeting of ICMS2013 in Nagoya: Large-Scale Molecular Simulations in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, November 16, 2013, Nagoya, Japan
  18. Computer-aided drug design: basic concepts and applications to influenza virus and Alzheimer's disease, The 13th KIAS Conference on Protein Structure and Function, September 26-28, 2013, Seoul, Korea
  19. . Computer-aided drug design: basic concepts and applications to Alzheimer's disease and influenza virus, 8th International Conference "Structure and Stability of Biomacromolecules" (SSB 2013), September 10-13, Kosice, Slovakia
  20. Factors Governing Fibrillogenesis of proteins: from lattice to all-atom simulations, 1st International Workshop on Theoretical and Computational Physics (IWTCP-1): Condensed Matter, Soft Matter and Materials Physics, 30 July - 2 August, 2013, Da Nang, Vietnam
  21. Key factors governing fibrillogenesis of proteins: Insights from computer simulations, 2013 Taiwan International Workshop on Biological Physics and Complex Systems (BioComplex-Taiwan-2013), 17-20 July 2013, Taipei, Taiwan
  22. Computer-aided drug design: Basic concepts and application to influenza and Alzheimer's diseases, The 37th National Conference on Theoretical Physics, August 6-9 2012, Cua Lo, Vietnam
  23. Computer-aided drug design: Basic concepts and application to influenza and Alzheimer's diseases, NCTS Summer Workshop on Structure and Aggregation of Proteins, August 23rd 2012, Taipei, Taiwan
  24. Inhibitors of aggregation of beta amyloid peptides: implications for Alzheimer's disease, CECAM workshop Anchoring simulations to experiments: challenges for understanding and treating Alzheimer's disease , May 21-23, 2012, Paris, France
  25. Application of Steered Molecular Dynamics to Drug Design, First International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, December 20-21, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  26. Computational Study of Diseases Associated with Protein Aggregation, 2011 NCTS December Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex Systems, December 02-05, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan
  27. Fibril Formation of Amyloid Peptides: from Lattice to All-Atom Simulations, 7th International Conference "Structure and Stability of Biomolecules", September 6-9 2011, Kosice, Slovakia
  28. Steered Molecular Dynamics - a Promissing Tool for Drug Design, 2011 Taiwan International Workshop on Biophysics and Complex Systems, July 21-26, 2011, Taippei, Taiwan
  29. Fibril formation of proteins and peptides, BioScience 2010- Workshop on expanding the frontiers of biomolecular science, November 15 - 17, Julich, Germany
  30. Factors governing fibrillogenesis of polypeptide chains, The 10th KIAS Conference on Protein Structure and Function, 2010, September 30 - October 2, Seoul, Korea.
  31. Scaling at nano-scale, The international conference on frustrated Spin Systems, Cold Atoms, Nano-Materials, 2010, July 14-16, Hanoi, Vietnam. 32. Fibril Formation of Amyloid Peptides, International Workshop on Computational Biophysics 2010, February 1-5, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  32. Fibril Formation of Amyloid Peptides: from Lattice to All-atom Simulations, International Conference on Computational Physics 2009, December 15-19, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  33. Factors Governing Fibrillogenesis of Polypeptide Chains, 2009 Taiwan International Workshop on Biophysics and Complex Systems, 10-15 December 2009, Taipei, Taiwan
  34. Fibril formation of amyloid peptides: from lattice to all-atom simulations, CECAM workshop "Frontiers in Bio-molecular Aggregation: Experiments, Applications and Simulations", April 30- May 2, 2009, Dublin, Ireland
  35. Fibril formation of amyloid peptides: from lattice to all-atom simulation, The 9th Taiwan International Symposium on Statistical Physics (StatPhys-Taiwan-2008) 8-12 July 2008, Taipei, Taiwan
  36. New Force Replica Exchange Method and Mechanical Unfolding of Proteins, 2008 NCTS July Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex Systems, 05-07, July 2008, Taipei, Taiwan.
  37. Mechanism of oligomerization of short peptides, 2006 NCTS November Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex Systems, 10-12 November 2006, Taipei, Taiwan.
  38. Refolding of protein under quenched force, International Conference "Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physic" (MMCP 2006), High Tatra Moutains, Slovakia, 28 August - 1 September, 2006.
  39. Finite Size Effects on Folding and Aggregation of Proteins, 2005 NCTS September Workshop on Critical Phenomena and Complex Systems, 9-10 September 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.
  40. Protein folding and unfolding by simulations, 2004 Taipei Winter Workshop on Biological and Nonlinear Physics, 17-18 December 2004, Taipei, Taiwan.
  41. Numerical Simulation of Protein Folding, 2004 Workshop on Computational Physics, 2-4 December 2004, NCHC, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  42. Go-like model for protein folding, 2004 Taipei Fall Workshop on Biopolymer and Complex Systems, 19-22 November 2004, Taipei, Taiwan.
  43. Cooperativity of folding and unfolding of globular proteins, International conference on Biologically Motivated Statistical Physics and Related Problems (StatPhys-Taiwan 2004), 22-26 June 2004, Taipei, Taiwan.
  44. Scaling and Marginal Stability of Globular Proteins, 2003 Taipei Fall Workshop on Nonlinear and Complex Systems, 27-29 November 2003, Taipei, Taiwan.
  45. Cooperativity of folding of protein, International Conference on Statistical Physics and Dynamic Systems: theory and applications, 18-23 September 2003, Nor-Ambed, Armenia.
  46. Equilibrium phase with broken time-reversal symmetry in ceramic hihg-Tc Superconductors, International Workshop on "Superconductivity, Magneto-resistive Maretials and Strongly Correlated Electrons", 4-10 January 1999, Hanoi, Vietnam.