Professor of Biophysics at Stockholm University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Erik Lindahl is Professor of Biophysics at Stockholm University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. The lab’s research is focused on understanding structure and function in complex biological systems, in particular membrane proteins, through both bioinformatics, simulations, and experimental methods. He first started working on the molecular dynamics package GROMACS together with colleagues in Groningen in the 1990s and later joined Michael Levitt at Stanford University. Since then, the GROMACS program developed in the Lindahl lab has matured to one of the more widely used scientific programs used in the field of chemistry.
Next Crosstalks august 20, 6:00 PM CET