There are various application areas of MBN Studio. Below, highlight key case studies in various application areas are briefly overviewed.


Atomic clusters and nanoparticles

  • Atomic clusters
  • Molecular clusters
  • Finite nanosystems: fullerenes,
  • nanotubes, graphene, etc.
  • Deposited clusters and nanoparticles
  • Dynamics of cluster and nanosystems
  • Multiscale modeling

Biomolecular systems

  • Structure of biomolecules
  • Biomolecular complexes
  • Bio-nano systems
  • Structural transitions, biomolecular processes
  • Dynamics of DNA, RNA, and proteins
  • Multiscale modeling


Nanostructured materials

  • Metallic, organic, inorganic and biological nanomaterials
  • Crystalline superlattices of nanoparticles
  • Nanofilms
  • Self-assembly and growth
  • Nanoscale phase and structural transitions
  • Multiscale modeling


Composite materials and material interfaces

  • Nanoalloys and composites
  • Material interfaces
  • Functional nanoparticles and surface coatings
  • Nanofractals
  • Deposition, diffusion and surface pattern formation, morphological transitions
  • Multiscale modeling


Crystals, liquids, gases

  • Crystalline structures
  • Liquids and soft matter
  • Amorphous structures and glasses
  • Gaseous systems
  • Physical and chemical phenomena with solids, liquids and gases
  • Multiscale modeling


Thermo-mechanical properties of materials

  • Thermo-mechanical properties
  • Tribological properties
  • Elastic and plastic deformations
  • Nanoindentation
  • Dislocations
  • Nanoscale phase and structural transitions
  • Multiscale modeling

Collisional processes

  • Collisional processes involving clusters, nanoparticles and biomolecules
  • Molecular association and dissociation
  • Collision induced fragmentation
  • Laser, thermal, collision induced desorption
  • Particles propagation through a medium
  • Collision induced thermo-mechanical medium effects


Emerging technologies

  • Biomedical applications driven by nanoprocesses and technologies, e.g. advanced radiotherapies
  • Deposition technologies: spattering, CVD, PVD, FEBID, etc.
  • Crystalline undulator-based novel light sources
  • Virtual design of materials
  • Computational nano- and microscope