Generally speaking, I'm interested in applying statistical physics to understand how collective behavior of matters emerges. In the past, I did some condensed matter physics (ranging from the strongly correlated physics and nonlinear dynamics of ultra-cold atoms to the Ginzburg-Landu theory of liquid-solid interfacial dynamics), but now I focus more on biological systems. I'm currently working with Prof. Pankaj Mehta on various topics related to statistical physics of energy expenditure in biology, machine learning in bioinformatics, and the information/computation of cell signaling and molecular self-assembly. Before that, I worked with Prof. Kirill Korolev on evolutionary and ecological dynamics. For details, check out my Research page.