I have started my current job in the Computational Biophysics Research Team at RIKEN Center for Computational Science 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 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' experience of using various Linux distributions. But now I prefer to use paid softwares as much as possible, 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 Chinese national record for the 2×2 cube in a game in 2010. Unfortunately, I lost all the motivation to keep practicing since then.
- Statistical Physics
- Computer Simulations
- Genome Organization
- Data Visualization
- PhD in Physics, 2014, Nanjing University
- BSc in Physics, 2007, Nanjing University
- Postdoctoral Researcher, 2019/05-current, RIKEN
- Postdoctoral Researcher, 2014/06-2019/04, Kyoto University
- Integrated Innovation Building (IIB) N702, 6-7-1 Minatojima-minamimachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan