Assist. Prof. Dr. Sikarin Yoo-Kong

Assistant Professor in Mathematical Physics / Integrable Systems & Team Leader

“I am interested to understand how the nature works through the mathematics point of view. Working with logically mathematical arguments, it could open doors to explore the physical phenomena in the way that we never imagined before.”

Watchara Liewrian

Lecturer in Theoretical and Computational Condensed Matter Physics

“I am interested in theoretical and numerical modeling of electronics and spintronic properties in graphene-like material. These graphene-based spintronic devices will open up new ways for creating a new generation of electronic devices which are smaller, faster and consumes less electric power. The spin filtering is a key issue for spintronic applications.”

Thana Sutthibutpong

Lecturer in Computational Molecular Biophysics

“I am interested in how the molecular structures of bio-molecules, like proteins or DNA, can be brought to life by adding up temperature and physical laws describing molecular interactions. Computational methods were used to simulate, visualize, and analyze the data related to thermodynamic properties of the systems, such as, thermostability of enzymes used in food industries, binding energy of between proteins and other molecules.”