Research Fields
Term and History
2018/04/01 - 2020/08/31 Senior Visiting Scientist (Main: Professor, Department of Physics, Ryerson University, Canada)
2020/09/01 - Deputy Program Director
Other Affiliations
Professor, Department of Physics, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada


Bonjour! I have been a member of iTHEMS since 2016 so maybe you already know me. I am a computational physicist and my research is in the field of virophysics (ヴイルス物理学). I apply the techniques of physics to virology. More generally, I like applying the methods of physics and computational methods to fields where theoretical/quantitative analysis is less common, like biology and health research, or even ergonomics! I think the methodologies developed in physics can translate to many other fields and provide new insights. Most of my work involves/requires direct collaborations with experimental virologists. I also really enjoy convincing other physicists and mathematicians to join in solving these types of problems across disciplines. For me, iTHEMS is an ideal environment to develop such collaborative projects. I hope you will want to join me to try to get new exciting results in health research.

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