Position title: Postdoc
8331, Department of Chemistry
1101 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706
2014-2019: Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Tulane University.
2012-2014: M.S. in Chemical Engineering, University of Florida.
2008-2012: B.S. in Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, India.
Ajay’s work focusses on the application of statistical mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular simulation to address systems of practical interest. His current interests lie in computational biophysics, specifically, the folding and aggregation of proteins and peptides. His doctoral work focussed on the simulation and design of electrolyte systems in the context of batteries and super-capacitors.
Ajay’s hobbies include running and playing soccer. He is currently building a GPU based machine learning rig to participate in online competitions.