Jayaraman Research Group, University of Delaware


The Jayaraman research group is lead by Prof. Arthi Jayaraman, Associate Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering at University of Delaware. Our research interests lie in understanding molecular-level phenomena governing complex biological processes and material science problems using theoretical and simulation techniques.

Current Research Focus

Group Research

  • Polymer Grafted Nanoparticles Based Polymer Nanocomposites
  • Conjugated Polymer Materials for Organic Electronics
  • Nucleic Acids and Peptide based Biomaterials


We are grateful to the following sources for funding our research:

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Recent News

Josh and Tyler's paper on Thermoresponsive Polymers accepted in SoftMatter!

Tom's paper on Gibbs Ensemble based simulation methods has been accepted in JCTC!

Josh wins ACS PMSE Distinguished Poster Award in the fall ACS meeting !

Our JACS paper is selected to be presented in the NIST neutron scattering annual highlights!

Our collaborative paper with Todd Emrick and coworkers (at UMass) on accepted in Biomacromolecules!

Tyler has been selected as a finalist for the Padden symposium at APS March meeting 2016!

Research highlight on our JACS paper!Link US Department of Energy also tweets about this work Link

Arthi has been selected as Princeton University's Saville Lecturer for 2015-16!

Tyler's paper on our collaborative expt-simulation work is accepted in JACS!

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