Academic Profile

E. H. Yong is a theoretical physicist with background in statistical physics and applied mathematics. He graduated from Stanford university in 2003 with a BSc in Physics, a BSc in Mathematics, and a MSc in Statistics. In 2012, he obtained his PhD from Harvard University. He joined the faculty of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Nanyang Technological University in 2015.
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Asst Prof Yong Ee Hou
Assistant Professor, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences - Division of Physics & Applied Physics

My general research interests lies in statistical physics and biophysics. Topics include:
1) Statistical characterization of an energy or attractor landscape.
2) Multi-dimensional Brownian dynamics simulations in exotic energy landscape.
3) Developing mathematical framework for nonequilibrium phenomena.
4) Biomechanics of membrane biogenesis.
 
  • Modeling the Outer Membrane of Gram-Negative Bacteria

  • Understanding Pattern and Growth in Nature
 
  • T. H. Gray and E. H. Yong. (2020). Overdamped brownian dynamics in piecewise-defined energy landscapes. Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics), 101, 052123.

  • Han Kheng Teoh, Ee Hou Yong. (2018). Renormalization-group study of the Nagel-Schreckenberg model. Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics), 97, 032314.

  • M. Zeng and E. H. Yong. (2017). Discrete-Time Quantum Walk with Binary Phase Disorder: Localization and Entanglement Entropy. Scientific Reports, 7, 12024.

  • M. C. Stoddard, E. H. Yong, D. Akkaynak, C. Sheard, J. A. Tobias, and L. Mahadevan. (2017). Avian egg shape: Form, function, and evolution. Science, 356, 1249-1254.

  • E. H. Yong and L. Mahadevan. (2014). Statistical Mechanics and Shape Transitions in Microscopic Plates. Physical Review Letters, 112, 048101.