*Three Iranian researchers offer mathematical model to simulate function of a bacterium
Massoud Rostami, Hossein Mosallaei, and Davood Ansari are three Iranian researchers of Northeastern University of Boston, the United States, who have come up with a new way which will finally reduce the cost and time needed to simulate electronic, optical and electromagnetic systems.
They have introduced and completed a mathematical method known as “parametric hierarchical matrix method” in order to find a solution to the problem of how light interacts with molecular structures in a specific kind of bacterium.
The new method makes rapid calculations for complex structures quite possible.
According to Ansari, the new method provides a powerful means of calculation which can be used by chemists to study and simulate the interaction between the light and molecular structures. As such, the new method facilitates the study of how light interacts with molecular structures.