Associate Professor CHEW Lock Yue

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Research Interest
It is said that: "the whole is more than the sum of its parts". My research aim is to explore, investigate and uncover the fundamental basis and principles of organization within complex systems and their dynamical behavior, through the paradigm of statistical and nonlinear physics. The physical systems of interest are typically small and are far from equilibrium with respect to its environment.
  • Quantum-classical correspondence in the entanglement dynamics of coupled systems
  • Statistical physics of protein folding
  • Self-organized structures in plasmas and BEC
  • Chaotic ratchets and the protein motors
  • Stochastic and chaotic resonance
  • Nonequilibrium physics and collective behavior of small systems
  • Spatio-temporal chaos

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