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Mathieu Linares

  • Ph. D.
  • Associate Professor
  • Linkopings universitet
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Recent publications

  • Binding sites for luminescent amyloid biomarkers from non-biased molecular dynamics simulations

    • König C
    • Skånberg R
    • Hotz I
    • et al.
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  • Origin of DNA-Induced Circular Dichroism in a Minor-Groove Binder

    • Holmgaard List N
    • Knoops J
    • Rubio-Magnieto J
    • et al.
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    10Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Linkopings universitet

May 2015 - Present

Assistant Professor

Linkopings universitet

January 2011 - April 2015(4 years)

Postdoc

Department of Education, Uppsala university

January 2010 - December 2010(a year)

Postdoc

Linköpings Universitet - Linköping University

February 2008 - December 2009(2 years)

Postdoc

Université de Mons

February 2006 - January 2008(2 years)

Ph. D. student

Université Aix-Marseille III - Université Paul Cézanne

October 2002 - December 2005(3 years)

Education

Ph D in Computational Chemistry

Université Aix-Marseille III - Université Paul Cézanne

October 2002 - December 2005(3 years)

Postgraduate Degree in Physical Chemistry

Université d'Aix-Marseille 1 - Université de Provence 1

Master’s Degree in Physical Chemistry

Université d'Aix-Marseille 1 - Université de Provence 1

Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry

Université d'Aix-Marseille 1 - Université de Provence 1

About

Mathieu Linares obtained his PhD in Theoretical Chemistry at the Paul Cézanne University (Marseilles, France) in 2005, where he developed a valence bond method under the supervision of Prof. S. Humbel. In 2006, he joined the Laboratory for Chemistry of Novel Materials in Mons (Belgium) for a post-doctoral stay where he worked on the modeling of self-assembly in solution and at surfaces. He then worked as postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Physics group at Linköping University (Linköping, Sweden) with Prof. S. Stafström (2008-2009) and in the group of Theoretical Chemistry at the Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden) with Prof. Hans Ågren (2010). Since january 2011, he hold Assistant Professor position in the Computational Physics group at Linköping University (Linköping, Sweden). His main research interests are self-assembly in solution and on surface, charge transport in organic materials, valence bond theory and weak interactions.

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