Senior Computational Physicist
Arvind is a Senior Computational Physicist at Modern Hydrogen. He holds a BS in chemical engineering (biomolecular track) from the California Institute of Technology and an MPhil in chemistry from the University of Cambridge, where he was a Churchill Scholar. Arvind’s research experience spans from protein folding and atomistic simulation to biocatalysis and drug discovery, and he is broadly interested in applying techniques from computational physics and statistics towards problems of societal interest. He has also coauthored ten publications and patents.
Arvind is currently pursuing a PhD in chemical engineering as a Hertz Fellow at Stanford University, where he is working with Professor Jennifer Cochran on enzymology and high-throughput biochemistry projects.
Arvind enjoys homebrewing and electronic music production in his spare time.