PhD. Student (alumnus)
Research Interests: studying liquid water-metal interfaces to understand the fundamentals of water electrolysis
My work is in computational nanobiophysics, which is the study of biological structures on the nanometric scale using physics and computer simulations. My current focus is in polymer physics, especially polymer interactions with nanopores
Research interests: Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theory for equivariant Hamiltonian systems, applications to coupled map lattices, celestial mechanics and other systems.
Working with Luciano Buono.
Research interests: Imaging a reacting molecule by analyzing the spatial distribution of the fragments when the ionized atoms explode due to their mutual Coulomb repulsion.
Working with Sean Bohun.