My research group is broadly interested in developing and applying computational platforms via integration of first-principles simulations and data-driven models to quantify, understand, and design biomolecules that are critical to human health and bioengineering. Biomolecules serve as the building blocks of all life processes. The insights into their interactions and chemical transformations are essential for developing new drugs, biocatalysts, and therapeutic strategies. Enabled by the rapid evolution of computing power and data science algorithms, simulating the structure, dynamics, and chemical functions of biomolecules are now faster and more accurate than ever before. This grants us a special opportunity to innovate the high-throughput computational protocols to facilitate and guide bimolecular design and discovery for catalytic and medicinal uses.