Name               Milan Hodoscek
Born               May 19, 1953 in Ljubljana, Slovenia
1989               Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Ljubljana
                   Thesis title: Hydrogen Bonding of Amino Acid Side Chains.
1979               S.B. Physics, University of Ljubljana
                   Thesis title: Laminar Flow on the Semiinfinite Plane.
1991 - present     Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
                   Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry:
                   Research Associate Professor
1979 - present     National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1991 - present     Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1994 - present     National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA
1990 - 1993        Visiting Fellow, Molecular Graphics and Simulation Lab,
                   DCRT/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

1997 - 1998        Oak Ridge Visiting Scientist award, Laboratory of
                   Computational Biosciences, NHLBI, Bethesda,
                   Maryland, USA

2000 - 2001        Visiting Scientist at the Free University, Berlin,

2005               Visiting Scholar at the Harvard University,
                   Cambridge, MA (Spring Semester)

2006               Visiting Scientist, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm,
                   Sweden. (6 months)

2009               Visiting Scientist, Darmouth College, Hanover, NH

2012 - present     Visiting Scientist at the Free University, Berlin,

1994               National Institutes of Health Director's Award, USA
1989               Boris Kidric Award, Slovenia

Main Research Topics

Work on molecular dynamics program CHARMM and developing new methods for
simulations of macromolecular systems especially combined quantum and
classical mechanics potentials.  I work on extending of parallelism for
all available methods in CHARMM, improving their efficiency, and
applying these methods to specific problems of biomedical and materials
science interest.