I am researcher in Lu Lab at The Jackson Laboratory, located in the beautiful Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine, USA. We develop and apply computational methods to study operating mechanisms of genetic networks. Our goal is to connect the physics based dynamical models to the omics data driven models for a better understanding and cure of diseases.

Earlier, I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Applied Chaos Lab, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA. I have a doctoral degree in Physics and undergraduate degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering. My research centers around utilizing nonlinear tools and techniques to explore nature and solve engineering challenges. I have worked on Chaos Computing and Logical Stochastic Resonance, Noise Induced Phenomenon, Stellar variability and RR Lyrae stars, Synchronization and stability analysis of Complex Networks, heart rate variability, Machine learning techniques including Deep neural networks and compressive sensing. I am very interested in hands on table top experiments using electronics and LASERs. The Scientific Research and Education Network (SciREN) is an interesting project which brings together researchers and K-12 teachers to create lesson plans for school kids. Here is a lesson plan on synchronization that I created.