Another LaTeX template for this years documentation.
I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Biophysics Research Team at RIKEN. I have started my current job since May, 2019. My research interests include functional mechanisms of DNA-protein binding, multi-scale organization of the genome, liquid-liquid phase separation in gene expression, and modeling of biomolecules in molecular dynamics (MD) simulations. Besides, I write code for MD softwares GENESIS and CafeMol.
I used to be a free software fanatic (FSF), with up to 10+ years of using various Linux distributions. But now I prefer to use many paid softwares, if available, to save my time and to focus more on truely interesting things.
In order to participate in a sport without any physical contact, I started practicing the Rubik’s cube from 2009, and I broke the national record for the $2\times 2$ cube in a game in 2010. Unfortunately, I stopped practicing since then.
PhD in Physics, 2014
BSc in Physics, 2007
Tue, Sep 24, 2019, The 57th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan (Symposium: Integrative approaches towards understanding of gene expression)
Fri, Dec 21, 2018, Visit to Prof. Kamagata’s group in Tohoku Univ.
Sat, Nov 3, 2018, Workshop: Trends in Computational Molecular Biophysics
I made some figures on what we are doing these days. But I cannot tell too much details.
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.