Professor & Vice Chair
- Computer Science
Computational geometry and topology, computational physics, computational biology
Koehl is interested in the geometry, topology and dynamics of biological shapes. The Koehl groups develop new methods for characterizing the geometries of biomolecules and for predicting how they changes upon changes in their environments. These efforts aim to investigate the dynamics of large biomolecular systems such as viral particles, as well as their interactions against potential antibodies.