Current location:


D. E. Shaw Research

120 W. 45th St.,
New York, NY 10036

antoncom [at] gmail [dot] com


My CV (up-to-date as of September 2011):

cv.pdf


Please note: the rest of this web page is not up-to-date (last updated in August 2009).


Education:

Ph.D. in Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008
M.S. in Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 2004
B.S. in Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 2002

Research Interests:

CG BAR Viruses
Coarse-grained models Membrane remodeling
by BAR domain proteins
Structure and dynamics
of viruses

4Pi flagellum
Fluorescence microscopy Structure and function
of bacterial flagellum

Publications:

  1. Simulations of membrane tubulation by lattices of amphiphysin N-BAR domains. Ying Yin, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. Structure, 17:882-892, 2009.
  2. Limits for reduction of effective focal volume in multiple-beam light microscopy. Anton Arkhipov and Klaus Schulten. Optics Express, 17:2861-2870, 2009.
  3. Four-scale description of membrane sculpting by BAR domains. Anton Arkhipov, Ying Yin, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Journal, 95:2806-2821, 2008.
  4. Using VMD - an introductory tutorial. Jen Hsin, Anton Arkhipov, Ying Yin, John E. Stone, and Klaus Schulten. Current Protocols - Bioinformatics, 5:Unit 5.7, 2008.
  5. Application of residue-based and shape-based coarse graining to biomolecular simulations. Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, Amy Y. Shih, Ying Yin, Zhongzhou Chen, and Klaus Schulten. In Gregory A. Voth, editor, Coarse-Graining of Condensed Phase and Biomolecular Systems, chapter 20, pp. 299-315. Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2008.
  6. Molecular modeling of the structural properties and formation of high-density lipoprotein particles. Amy Y. Shih, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, Stephen G. Sligar, and Klaus Schulten. In Scott Feller, editor, Current Topics in Membranes: Computational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers, chapter 11, pp. 313-342. Elsevier, 2008.
  7. Continuous fluorescence microphotolysis and correlation spectroscopy using 4Pi microscopy. Anton Arkhipov, Jana Hüve, Martin Kahms, Reiner Peters, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Journal, 93:4006-4017, 2007.
  8. Assembly of lipids and proteins into lipoprotein particles. Amy Y. Shih, Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, Stephen G. Sligar, and Klaus Schulten. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111:11095-11104, 2007.
  9. Assembly of lipoprotein particles revealed by coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations. Amy Y. Shih, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. Journal of Structural Biology, 157:579-592, 2007.
  10. Stability and dynamics of virus capsids described by coarse-grained modeling. Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, and Klaus Schulten. Structure, 14:1767-1777, 2006.
  11. Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations of a rotating bacterial flagellum. Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, Katsumi Imada, Keiichi Namba, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Journal, 91:4589-4597, 2006.
  12. Imaging the migration pathways for O2, CO, NO, and Xe inside myoglobin. Jordi Cohen, Anton Arkhipov, Rosemary Braun, and Klaus Schulten. Biophysical Journal, 91:1844-1857, 2006.
  13. The role of molecular modeling in bionanotechnology. Deyu Lu, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Amy Y. Shih, Eduardo Cruz-Chu, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. Physical Biology, 3:S40-S53, 2006.
  14. Molecular dynamics simulations of the complete satellite tobacco mosaic virus. Peter L. Freddolino, Anton S. Arkhipov, Steven B. Larson, Alexander McPherson, and Klaus Schulten. Structure, 14:437-449, 2006.
  15. Coarse grained protein-lipid model with application to lipoprotein particles. Amy Y. Shih, Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, and Klaus Schulten. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110:3674-3684, 2006.

List of publications before joining the Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group: here.

Awards

  • Jordan S. Asketh Fellowship (2008)

Funded by a grant from
the National Institute of
General Medical Sciences
of the National Institutes
of Health