Martin Trappe presents his work at the Institute of Physics Meeting Singapore 2021

Martin Trappe, a former Senior Research Fellow in our lab, today presented his work on density functional theory for ecology at the Institute of Physics Meeting Singapore 2021. Martin is based at the Centre for Quantum Technologies at NUS, and had a joint appointment in our lab for two years, during which time he was taking the powerful tools of density functional theory from physics and using them to model complex multi-scale ecological systems. His work is available on bioRxiv and is currently undergoing peer review.