I am a computational molecular biophysicist passionate about evolution of complexity and decentralized forms of governance.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral scholar in the Jensen Lab where I led the bioinformatics studies in macromolecular machineries and chemotaxis. I also spent some time as a visiting postdoc at the Leiden University in the Briegel Lab where I studied in the evolution of chemotaxis networks and scientific data sharing using blockchain technology.
I received my PhD in Physics with Igor Zhulin at Oak Ridge National Lab and University of Tennessee. In a distant past, I worked with Atomic Optical Clocks at the Time and Frequency Division at NIST supervised by Chris Oates and Flavio Caldas da Cruz.
Projects without links are coming soon but can be found in my github