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The mission of Computational and Mathematical Biophysics (CMB) is to publish the highest quality work that promotes the development of theoretical formulations, mathematical models, numerical algorithms, and computational techniques for elucidating molecular mechanisms and for solving open problems at the forefront of molecular bioscience and biophysics.
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CMB publishes original articles, letters, and reviews that concern the application of computational and mathematical approaches to important problems in molecular bioscience and biophysics, such as biomolecular structure and function, solvation, electrostatics, biomolecular dynamics and transport, ion channels, membrane transporters, protein interactions with ligands, proteins, and nucleic acids, signaling, genomic biophysics, cryo-electron microscopy, molecular motors, and rational drug design. Theoretical, computational, and mathematical studies, that can improve the understanding of experimental results or simulate systems for which experiments are intractable, are particularly welcomed.
Studies of molecular bioscience and biophysics from all areas of computational and mathematical sciences are appropriate, including differential equations, functional analysis, harmonic analysis, Lie group, Lie algebra, geometry, graph theory, topology, multiscale modeling, inverse problem, optimization, stochastic analysis, uncertainty quantification, statistical inference, nonparametric regression, imaging, visualization, linear programming, combinatorics, fuzzy logic, Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics, machine learning, manifold learning, data mining, big data analysis, high-performance computing, software and database development.