I am interested in the development and application of analytical and computational methods to tackle problems with multiple time and length scales. Current research interests include the dynamics of DNA molecules in nanopores and nanochannels , as well as the generation of frictional force at the microscopic nanostructure level.
Professor Ying joined the Brown Physics Department in 1971. A graduate of the University of Hong Kong in 1964, he received the Ph.D. from Brown in 1968. Professor Ying has done postdoctoral research at Brown and at the University of California at San Diego. He was designated an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow in 1972, and received the U.S. Senior Scientist Award from the Humboldt Foundation in 1976. He has carried out research at the University of Paris, Imperial College of the University of London, K.F.A. Julich ,the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart, INPE in Brazil and Helsinki Institute of Physics.
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