The Riggleman research group performs simulations on many length scales.

The Riggleman research group models thin glassy polymer films, which are widely used in membrane separation technologies, as well as in nanodevice applications.

The Riggleman research group uses atomistic and coarse-grained models to understand the mechanical properties of polymer nanocomposites, which are used in a wide array of applications.

The Riggleman research group uses field theoretic simulations to efficiently study the thermodynamics and equilibrium morphologies of inhomogeneous polymer systems containing finite sized particles.