Yanbo Zhang, Ph.D. student @ Geology Science, ASU.
My research interest is complexity, and my background is condensed matter physics. This means I like using physical concepts to study complex systems, and hoping to find some laws that could be universal for complex systems.
My current research is about the Physics of Life. Life is complex, brilliant, and intelligent. What makes life be so? Can life be found in other planets? Can life be simulated? And finally, what is life? What is consciousness?
The researches above are all driven by my interest and curiosity, so I also interested in ancient music and 3d modeling. And, strictly speaking, all of my actions are tend to provide more possibilities for my future paths.
I'm also a member of Swarma Club.
|2013 - 2018||BSc||School of Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, China|
|2017||Visiting Student||Karolinska Institutet, Sweden|
|2018 - now||PhD. Student||eLIFE Lab, Arizona State University, USA|
Wolfram Mathematica is a language for scientific computation and data analyse. I have 5-year experience on this language.
Working with Numpy, Pytorch for data analyse and machine learning.
5-year experience on C/C++ for scientific computation and data analyse.
Yanbo Zhang, Definition and Identification of Information Storage and Processing Capabilities as Possible Markers for Turing-universality in Cellular Automata, Complex Systems
Hector Zenil, Yanbo Zhang (co-first author), Narsis A. Kiani, “Observability and Sensitivity in the Reconstruction of Generative Models of Dynamical Systems,” submitted
Wu Yiming, Yukun Wu, Chao Ma, Yanbo Zhang, Huaiyi Ding, Nan Pan, and Xiaoping Wang, The role of few-layer TiOx surfactant: remarkably-enhanced succeeding radial growth and properties of ZnO nanowires, Journal of Materials Chemistry C