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  • Clarifying the microscopic structure and movement of water
    While being so near to us, water is the most puzzling substance in our life. After 40 years of research works on the mysterious movement of water with the help of computer simulation and the advance of analysis skill, have we actually found a new story that can tell us more about water? It has been four decades since A. Rahman and F. Stillinger run molecular dynamics simulation for the first time [1], and the first subject they chose for that simulation was none other but water. We all know that water is the most essential liquid for life. On the other hand, despite of having a very simple molecule ... [Read more]
    Posted on: Mar 15, 2012
    Filed under category: Chemistry
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  • Pop-up Japanese dictionary for Firefox and Chrome

    Kamus Bahasa Jepang Otomatis untuk Firefox dan Chrome

    Rikaichan and Rikaikun are add-on/extension for Firefox and Chrome web browser whose function is to quickly search and display the translation of a Japanese word in other languages when the users hover their mouse over a Japanese text displayed on a web page. If you are a foreign student in Japan, it is most likely that you often encountered a situation where you're looking for an information, reading a message, or filling an online application form on a website, which are completely written in Japanese. If you've never learned Japanese before, you are out of luck. But if you have some basic knowledge ... [Read more]
    Posted on: Apr 17, 2011
    Filed under category: Web Browser

About me

I'm a scientist majoring in chemical-physics and analytical-chemistry. My research works include the thermodynamic properties of gas hydrates, the behaviours of water in confinement, solid-phase extraction, and flow analysis automation. In my free time, I enjoy game programming, web design, photography, and classical guitar.

About this website

This is a personal website that I made to share my works and hobbies. Its origin can be traced back in 1999 when I wrote my first VB game programming website in Geocities. Now the website has grown wider with more sections. I hope you can enjoy strolling around this website, as much as I enjoyed writing and sharing its contents.