1. Juan Francisco Rodriguez Hernandez ([email protected])
2. Ishan Bangroo ([email protected])
3. Kamal Bhangu ([email protected])
4. eman yaqoob ([email protected])
5. Soumik Samanta ([email protected])
1. Akshay Masetty ([email protected])
2. Ayan Barui ([email protected])
3. Laia Domingo Colomer ([email protected])
4. RAJUL SHARMA ([email protected])
5. Rahul Dev Sharma ([email protected])
6. Sravani Yanamandra ([email protected])
7. Srushti Patil ([email protected])
8. Vincenzo De Maio ([email protected])
Protein Folding Using QC: PROJ- 00121
In this project, we aim to integrate our understanding of protein folding using quantum principles. Protein folding has been a long-standing problem with various real-life applications that can be significantly improved with a better understanding of the protein folding dynamics. We will explore how quantum computers can enhance protein folding sequences to gain a more in-depth insight into the process. Additionally, we will expand the main chain by including more amino acids or neuropeptides and lengthen the side chains to include sub-sidechains. However, this will require additional penalty terms to ensure proper constraints. To customize the interaction model according to your specific needs, you can incorporate custom interaction model, such as the mj-interaction model. It is advisable to add more penalty parameters to enforce the correct chirality for better results. You have the flexibility to modify the code to fit your individual requirements, leading to the best solution for simulating protein chains and peptide interactions.
For this project, we are looking to select 6-7 highly motivated individuals who will work together for 40 days. The project is set to begin on March 25th, 2023, and will be followed by an evaluation of the results. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about exploring the application of quantum principles to solve the protein folding problem. The team will work together to develop and implement various modifications to the existing code and explore the impact of these modifications on the simulation of protein chains and peptide interactions. The project will provide a unique opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge in this area, and contribute to the growing body of research on protein folding.
To be eligible for certification in this project, it is crucial to commit to working on the project until it’s due date. It is expected that you will contribute to the project to the best of your ability, follow the instructions provided by the mentors, and collaborate in a friendly manner with other team members. Sharing your work and resources with others is encouraged, and open communication among the team is essential for the success of the project. This is an opportunity to learn from each other and work towards a common goal, so make the most of it by engaging actively and constructively.
The application process for this project starts on March 25th, 2023. To be considered, you must apply before this date. Participants will be selected shortly after the deadline.