Bio Summary
Data scientist and researcher at Jellyfish.
I previously studied physics at Harvard and MIT. My graduate work was on the statisical physics and combinatorics of biomolecules, and my undergraduate work was on multiple SUSY breaking as a model of dark matter.
I taught in the MITES program in 2017 and 2018, and later published some thoughts on ways to improve physics education based on the experience ("The Missing Curriculum in Physics Problem-Solving Education").
Research Summary
(2022) Derangement model of ligand-receptor binding.
Computational and Mathematical
Biophysics, 10(1), pp.123-166
(One Page Summary)/[arxiv:2201.09471]
(2021) Large N limit of the knapsack problem.
arXiv preprint arXiv:2107.14080.
(One Page Summary)/[arxiv:2107.14080]
(2021) Permanents through probability distributions.
arXiv preprint
arXiv:2106.11861.
(One Page Summary)/[arxiv:2106.11861]
(2019) Self-assembly of a dimer system.
Physical Review E, 99(4), 042133.
(One Page Summary)/[arxiv:1909.00455]
(2018) Permutation glass.
Physical Review E, 97(1), 012139.
(One Page Summary)/[arxiv:1801.03231]
(2017) Statistical physics of the symmetric group.
Physical Review E, 95(4),
042126.
(One Page
Summary)/ PhysRevE.95.042126
Contact [williams.mobolaji@gmail.com]