Jay Bardhan
Jay Bardhan
Computational Scientist at Pacific Northwest National Lab
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Simulated x-ray scattering of protein solutions using explicit-solvent models
S Park, JP Bardhan, B Roux, L Makowski
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (13), 134114, 2009
Accurate solution of multi‐region continuum biomolecule electrostatic problems using the linearized Poisson–Boltzmann equation with curved boundary elements
MD Altman, JP Bardhan, JK White, B Tidor
Journal of computational chemistry 30 (1), 132-153, 2009
Biomolecular electrostatics using a fast multipole BEM on up to 512 GPUs and a billion unknowns
R Yokota, JP Bardhan, MG Knepley, LA Barba, T Hamada
Computer Physics Communications 182 (6), 1272-1283, 2011
SoftWAXS: a computational tool for modeling wide-angle X-ray solution scattering from biomolecules
J Bardhan, S Park, L Makowski
Journal of applied crystallography 42 (5), 932-943, 2009
Fast methods for simulation of biomolecule electrostatics
SS Kuo, MD Altman, JP Bardhan, B Tidor, JK White
Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE/ACM international conference on Computer-aided …, 2002
FFTSVD: A fast multiscale boundary-element method solver suitable for bio-MEMS and biomolecule simulation
MD Altman, JP Bardhan, B Tidor, JK White
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated circuits and …, 2006
Efficiently accounting for ion correlations in electrokinetic nanofluidic devices using density functional theory
D Gillespie, AS Khair, JP Bardhan, S Pennathur
Journal of colloid and interface science 359 (2), 520-529, 2011
Streaming current and wall dissolution over 48h in silica nanochannels
MB Andersen, H Bruus, JP Bardhan, S Pennathur
Journal of colloid and interface science 360 (1), 262-271, 2011
Numerical solution of boundary-integral equations for molecular electrostatics
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (9), 094102, 2009
Affine-response model of molecular solvation of ions: Accurate predictions of asymmetric charging free energies
JP Bardhan, P Jungwirth, L Makowski
The Journal of chemical physics 137 (12), 124101, 2012
Numerical integration techniques for curved-element discretizations of molecule-solvent interfaces
JP Bardhan, MD Altman, DJ Willis, SM Lippow, B Tidor, JK White
The Journal of chemical physics 127 (1), 014701, 2007
A biomolecular electrostatics solver using Python, GPUs and boundary elements that can handle solvent-filled cavities and Stern layers
CD Cooper, JP Bardhan, LA Barba
Computer physics communications 185 (3), 720-729, 2014
Biomolecular electrostatics—I want your solvation (model) See [1].
JP Bardhan
Computational Science & Discovery 5 (1), 013001, 2012
Nonlocal continuum electrostatic theory predicts surprisingly small energetic penalties for charge burial in proteins
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 135 (10), 104113, 2011
Interpreting the Coulomb-field approximation for generalized-Born electrostatics using boundary-integral equation theory
JP Bardhan
The Journal of chemical physics 129 (14), 144105, 2008
Discretization of the induced-charge boundary integral equation
JP Bardhan, RS Eisenberg, D Gillespie
Physical Review E 80 (1), 011906, 2009
Communication: Modeling charge-sign asymmetric solvation free energies with nonlinear boundary conditions
JP Bardhan, MG Knepley
The Journal of chemical physics 141 (13), 131103, 2014
Bounding the electrostatic free energies associated with linear continuum models of molecular solvation
JP Bardhan, MG Knepley, M Anitescu
The Journal of chemical physics 130 (10), 104108, 2009
Comparison of three-dimensional Poisson solution methods for particle-based simulation and inhomogeneous dielectrics
C Berti, D Gillespie, JP Bardhan, RS Eisenberg, C Fiegna
Physical Review E 86 (1), 011912, 2012
An accurate surface formulation for biomolecule electrostatics in non-ionic solutions
MD Altman, JP Bardhan, JK White, B Tidor
2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference, 7591-7595, 2006
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