William Noid

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

William Noid

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Liquids Force Temperature Liquid Atoms Entropy Pair Potential Peptides Thermodynamic Property Distribution Functions Glass Transition Pressure Thermodynamic Properties Proteins Compressibility Glass Statistical Ensemble Interactions Solvent Agglomeration Energy Molecule Molecules Equations Of State Volume

Most Recent Papers

Investigating the energetic and entropic components of effective potentials across a glass transition.

Ryan J. Szukalo, W. G. Noid, 2021, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter

Bottom-up coarse-grained models for external fields and interfaces

Michael Delyser, W. G. Noid, 2020, Journal of Chemical Physics

Exploring the landscape of model representations

Thomas T. Foley, Katherine M. Kidder, M. Scott Shell, W. G. Noid, 2020, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 24061-24068

Investigation of coarse-grained models across a glass transition

Ryan J. Szukalo, W. G. Noid, 2020, Soft Materials on p. 185-199

Analysis of local density potentials

Michael R. Delyser, W. G. Noid, 2019, Journal of Chemical Physics

Dual-potential approach for coarse-grained implicit solvent models with accurate, internally consistent energetics and predictive transferability

Kathryn M. Lebold, W. G. Noid, 2019, Journal of Chemical Physics

Simple Simulation Model for Exploring the Effects of Solvent and Structure on Asphaltene Aggregation

Nicholas J.H. Dunn, Besha Gutama, W. G. Noid, 2019, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 6111-6122

Dual approach for effective potentials that accurately model structure and energetics

Kathryn M. Lebold, W. G. Noid, 2019, Journal of Chemical Physics

Systematic study of temperature and density variations in effective potentials for coarse-grained models of molecular liquids

Kathryn M. Lebold, W. G. Noid, 2019, Journal of Chemical Physics on p. 19

BOCS

Nicholas J.H. Dunn, Kathryn M. Lebold, Michael R. Delyser, Joseph F. Rudzinski, W. G. Noid, 2018, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 3363-3377

Most-Cited Papers

Perspective

William George Noid, 2013, Journal of Chemical Physics

Coarse-graining entropy, forces, and structures

Joseph F. Rudzinski, W. G. Noid, 2011, Journal of Chemical Physics

Trimethylamine N-oxide stabilizes proteins via a distinct mechanism compared with betaine and glycine

Yi Ting Liao, Anthony C. Manson, Michael R. DeLyser, William G. Noid, Paul S. Cremer, 2017, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 2479-2484

The impact of resolution upon entropy and information in coarse-grained models

Thomas T. Foley, M. Scott Shell, W. G. Noid, 2015, Journal of Chemical Physics

Bottom-up coarse-grained models that accurately describe the structure, pressure, and compressibility of molecular liquids

Nicholas J.H. Dunn, W. G. Noid, 2015, Journal of Chemical Physics

Van der Waals Perspective on Coarse-Graining

Nicholas J.H. Dunn, Thomas T. Foley, William G. Noid, 2016, Accounts of Chemical Research on p. 2832-2840

Systematic methods for structurally consistent coarse-grained models

W. G. Noid, 2013, on p. 487-531

Investigation of coarse-grained mappings via an iterative generalized Yvon-Born-Green method

Joseph F. Rudzinski, William G. Noid, 2014, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 8295-8312

Bottom-up coarse-graining of peptide ensembles and helix-coil transitions

Joseph F. Rudzinski, William G. Noid, 2015, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation on p. 1278-1291

The role of many-body correlations in determining potentials for coarse-grained models of equilibrium structure

Joseph F. Rudzinski, William G. Noid, 2012, Journal of Physical Chemistry B on p. 8621-8635