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Invited Talks

4. S. Alamdari, “Exploration of the Peptoid Folding Landscape with Metadynamics”, UW ChemE Seminar, Seattle, WA. 2021.

3. S. Alamdari, “Combining simulation and experiment to study protein structure at interfaces” Biophysics Society Student Networking Event, virtual, 2021.


2. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Biomolecular Assembly at Interfaces”, ChE Future Faculty Seminar Series, virtual, 2021.

1. S. Alamdari, “Capturing Protein Assembly at Interfaces”, Women ExceLling in Computational Molecular Engineering (WELCOME), virtual, 2020

Select Contributed Talks

11. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Exploration of the Secondary Structure Peptoid Folding Landscape with Metadynamics”, AIChE Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, 2021.

10. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Detailed exploration of peptoid folding thermodynamics with metadynamics”, ACS Spring Meeting, virtual 2021.

9. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Hierarchical Assembly of Peptoids into Complex Nanostructures” AIChE, virtual, 2020. (Poster)


8. S. Alamdari, S. Roeters, T. Golbek, L. Schmüser, T. Weidner, J. Pfaendtner, “Determination of Orientation and Conformation of Lysozyme at the Air-Water Interface Using an Integrated MD/SFG Approach”, AIChE, virtual, 2020.


7. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Protein Assembly at Interfaces Through the Computational Microscope”, UW Graduate Student Symposium, virtual, 2020.

6. S. Alamdari, Rachel Gebhart, Gary Drobny, J. Pfaendtner, “Using Enhanced Sampling Methods to Study the Behavior of Osteocalcin on Mineral Surfaces”, AIChE, Orlando, FL. 2019.


5. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “A Physics-Based Approach to Elucidating the Structure and Function of Bone Proteins in the Presence of Implant Materials”, SFU Frontiers in Biophysics, Vancouver, BC. 2019.


4. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Understanding the Role of Ionic Liquids in the Enzyme Catalyzed Breakdown of Cellulose Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, AIChE, Pittsburgh, PA. 2018.


3. S. Alamdari, J. Pfaendtner, “Using Hybrid Molecular Dynamics Simulations to Understand the Role of Ionic Liquids on Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions”, FOMMS, Delavan, WI. 2018. (Poster)


2. S. Alamdari, “Hybrid Molecular Dynamics Simulations to Guide the Rational Design of Biofuel Systems”, Research Computing Club Shop Talks, Seattle, WA. 2018


1. S. Alamdari, “Using Supercomputers to Study the Behavior of Biomolecules at Interfaces”, UW Lightning Strikes:

Successes in Research Computing, Seattle, WA. 2018

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