Haina Wang is a graduate student in chemistry at Princeton University. She had her bachelors in chemistry and math at National University of Singapore. Her research focuses on designing intermolecular forces to achieve desired structural and mechanical properties of soft-matter materials.
This talk introduces InverseStatMech.jl, a Julia package that provides various efficient and robust algorithms to infer geometric structures of ordered and disordered materials from their spectra and other structural descriptors, which is a crucial inverse problem in statistical mechanics, crystallography and soft materials sciences. (Package currently under development.)