Cheat Sheet for Maxima v5.42.2.
I am currently a postdoc in the Department of Biophysics at Kyoto University. I have started my postdoctoral research in Prof. Shoji Takada’s laboratory since 2014. My current research interests include functional mechanisms of DNA-protein binding, the multi-scale organization of the genome, and modeling of biomolecules in molecular dynamics simulations.
I used to be a free software fanatic (FSF, :D), with up to 10+ years of experience on various Linux distributions. For a long time, I was proud of having a signature from RMS on my doctoral dissertation. But now I prefer to use the paid softwares to save my time and to focus on really important things.
In order to participate in a sport without any physical contact, I started practicing the Rubik’s cube in 2009, and I was lucky enough to break a national record in a game in 2010. And I stopped practicing since then.
Anyway, welcome to my personal website!
PhD in Physics, 2014
BSc in Physics, 2007
Fri, Dec 21, 2018, Visit to Prof. Kamagata’s group in Tohoku Univ.
Sat, Nov 3, 2018, Workshop: Trends in Computational Molecular Biophysics
Sun, Oct 21, 2018, LSACJ 2018: Intelligent Medicine, Intellectual Research
I made some figures on what we are doing these days. But I cannot tell too much details.
Surprisingly I encountered this interesting computer language.
Simulation of coarse-grained protein in explicit water.
This is a package consisting of several small handy tools for analyzing biomolecule structures (protein, RNA, DNA) and CafeMol MD trajectories.
Simple script to perform RESPAC calculations (including APBS) for coarse-grained protein charge distributions.