Cheat Sheet for LaTeX mathematics.
I am currently a postdoc in the Department of Biophysics at Kyoto University. I have started my postdoctoral research in Prof. Shoji Takada’s laboratory since 2014. My current research interests include functional mechanisms of DNA-binding proteins, the multi-scale organization of the genome, and modeling of biomolecules in molecular dynamics simulations.
I used to be a free software fanatic, with up to 10+ years of experience with various Linux distributions. For a long time, I was proud of having a signature of RMS on my doctoral dissertation. But now I prefer to use the paid software, to save my time and to focus on important things. Still, I have Arch Linux installed on my VPS.
When I was young, I bought thousands of classical music CDs and listened to 10% of them. I bought all the cello concerto scores I was able to find, pretending to read 5% of them. Although I always enjoyed being an amateur.
In order to participate in a sport without any physical contact, I started practicing the Rubik’s cube in 2009, and I was lucky enough to break a national record in a game in 2010. So I stopped practicing since then.
Anyway, welcome to my personal website!
PhD in Physics, 2014
BSc in Physics, 2007
Tue, Sep 19, 2017, The 55th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan
Sat, Jul 15, 2017, CSRC Workshop on DNA Chromosome Structure and Dynamics
Wed, Mar 15, 2017, APS March Meeting 2017
Build a Chatting bot for Wechat with the wxBot package.
An example of using git-svn to organize code. Specially for git-lovers to use svn.
In this post I present an example of typesetting Japanese Lyrics with Chinese translations using LuaTex.
Simple examples of using ledger in Emacs as personal bookkeeping.
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.