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 Lanqing Huang Lanqing Huang
 +==== Profiles ====
 +Email: lqhuang@csrc.ac.cn
  
-Education +GitHub: www.github.com/lqhuang
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-2015.09 - 2018.06 Physics, Complex Systems Division, Beijing Computational Science Research Center +
-2011.09 - 2015.06 Physics, Department of Physics, Beijing Normal University +
-                              Honor Degree of Liyun College+
  
  
-Awards +==== Education ==== 
-----+2015.09 ​Now       ​Complex Systems Division, Beijing Computational Science Research Center 
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 +2011.09 ​2015.06 Department of Physics, Beijing Normal University, Honor Degree of Liyun College 
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 +==== Awards ==== 
 +2017.01 The second prize for the 16th KIAS proteins folding winter school 
 2015.05 The Best Bachelor Thesis of Beijing Normal University 2015.05 The Best Bachelor Thesis of Beijing Normal University
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 2015.04 Young Scientist Travel Award on ABA 2015 2015.04 Young Scientist Travel Award on ABA 2015
  
-Conference & Publications +==== Experience ==== 
----- +2016.10.11 - 2016.11.10 Short-term visiting to Arizona State University 
-Lanqing Huang, Haiguang Liu, Application of cry-electron microscopy ​in structure biologycurrent status ​and future perspectives, Physics, 2017, 46(2): 91-99 + 
-Yuhan Ma, Lanqing Huang, Chuming Sun, Xiaowen Li, An Experimental System of Coupled Map Lattices, Frontiers of Physics, 2015, 10(3): 339-342. ​ (co-first author)+==== Conference & Publications ​==== 
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 +1. Lanqing Huang, Haiguang Liu, Application of cryo-Electron Microscopy ​in Structure BiologyCurrent Status ​and Future Perspectives, Physics, 2017, 46(2): 91-99 
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 +2. Yuhan Ma, Lanqing Huang, Chuming Sun, Xiaowen Li, An Experimental System of Coupled Map Lattices, Frontiers of Physics, 2015, 10(3): 339-342. ​ (co-first author)

Richard Feynman

“everything that is living can be understood in terms of the jiggling and wiggling of atoms”.

and now, we want to watch atoms jiggling and wiggling.

X-rays, electrons, fluorescence light, the advances of photon sciences, together with computational modeling, are making this happen.