Our group interests are molecular computing, DNA nanotechnology, and systems biology. In particular, we seek to understand the molecular interactions and the principle that governs the self-assembly in order to develop computational models to elucidate molecular systems in a predictive and explainable way for general computing purposes. Currently we are seeking to model DNA systems that can perform computation for identifying and evaluating biomarkers (e.g. miRNA and disease associated proteins) in vitro and in vivo with high accuracy and relatively inexpensive.