Lab members
Collaborators
Formerly with us
We are Hiring
Our research focuses on development of deep learning, machine learning, data mining, and evolutionary algorithms for scientific discovery and engineering innovation in materials science, bioinformatics, health informatics, function genomics, medical and health sciences, engineering designs, intelligent manufacturing and etc. We are specialized in developing state-of-art pattern recognition, classification, regression, predictive modeling, inverse design using state-of-the-art models such as deep neural network models, generative adversarial networks, graph neural networks, genetic programming, symbolic regression. We welcome collaborators with focus on experimental or computational studies of materials or biological mechanisms. Just drop me an email at: jianjunh at cse.sc.edu
Collaborators

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Prof. Ming Hu

Collaborator
Prof.
USC, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Computational: DFT modeling and simulation of micro-/nano-scale thermal transport and ion conductivity in novel energy systems.
Prof. Qi WANG

Collaborator
Prof.
USC Department of Mathematic, Interdisciplinary Mathematics Institute
Modeling and Computation of Active Matter and Complex Biological Systems.
Dr. Jason Hattrick-Simpers

Collaborator
Associate Prof.
USC Department of Chemical Engineering
Dr. Hattrick's interest is on Highthroughput Experimental and computational material discovery.
Dr. Xiaoming Li

Prof.
USC School of Public health
Dr. Li's interest is on Big data Healthcare, HIV prevention..
Dr. Qian WANG

Prof.
USC Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Dr. Wang's interest is on build three-dimensional programmable scaffolds that mimic the native extracellular matrices and can be used to probe the cellular activities.
Prof. Kevin Huang

Collaborator
Papers
USC, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Experimental: solid oxide electrochemical cells, storage batteries, gas separation membranes, solid state defect chemistry and electrochemistry, and multiscale computational modeling.
Prof. Fanglin Chen

Collaborator
Prof.
USC, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Experimental: Synthesis and characterization of materials for energy conversion and storage, catalysis and electrocatalysis, composition, structure & property relationship, ionic and electronic conducting ceramics, solid oxide fuel cells, solid oxide electrolysis cells, and gas separation membranes.
Prof. Xinyu Huang

Collaborator
Prof.
USC, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Experimental: mechanics and durability of functional and structural composite materials, in particular, composite materials in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells, solid oxide fuel cells, structural composites, and coatings..
Prof. Melissa Ann Moss

Collaborator
Prof.
USC, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Experimental: protein aggregation in Alzheimer’s disease,Mechanisms Governing Transmissibility Among Amyloid-beta Oligomers, Anti-Inflammatory Capabilities of Plant Polyphenols
Prof. Yifei Mo

Collaborator
Prof.
Univ. of Maryland, Materials Science & Engineering
Computational: DFT study of lithium battery materials.
Prof. Michael J Lawler

Collaborator
Papers
Binghamton University
Computational and Theoretical: Quantum materials frustrated magnetism intertwined phases strange metals.
Prof. Jianzhong Wu

Collaborator
Papers
UC Irvine
Computational: DFT, gases and electrolytes in porous materials, liquid water near various objects ranging from small solutes, proteins, to superhydrophobic surfaces, and polyelectrolytes or block copolymers in biological/synthetic complexes and nanocomposites
Prof. Yan-yan Hu

Collaborator
Prof.
Florida State University, Dept. of Chemistry
Experimental study of interface of energy materials, battery using MRI and NMR.
Dr. Beth Krizek

Collaborator
Associate Prof.
USC biology
Experimental: the roles of a family of AINTEGUMENTA-LIKE (AIL) transcription factors in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. AIL proteins are key regulators of several aspects of floral organ organogenesis including floral organ initiation, identity specification, growth and patterning
Dr. Phillip Buckhaults

Collaborator
Asst. Prof.
USC School of Medicine
Colon Cancer Center
Dr. Buckhaults' interest is on elucidating molecular events associated with the progression of colon cancer, with particular focus on changes in gene expression that occur during transitions between stages of significantly different probabilities of good clinical outcome
Dr. Hexin Chen

Collaborator
Asst. Prof.
USC
Biology
Current collaboration project is on "Identification of novel biomarkers for breast cancer stem cells", funded by Elsa U. Pardee foundation.
Dr. Campbell McInnes

Collaborator
Asst. Prof.
USC
Pharmacy
Dr. McInnes's expertise includes Virtual Screening Strategies in Drug Discovery.
Lisa Bain

Collaborator
Asso. Prof.
Clemson
Biology
Experimental:Understanding the mechanisms by which arsenic (and other chemicals) impact development and cell fate determination