Zeyuan Jin


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Zeyuan Jin

Mentor

Dr. Tang Xin

College

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Major

Mechanical Engineering

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Volunteering

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Research Interests

Biomechanics, Autonomous driving

Hobbies and Interests

Research Project

Decoding the Biomechanical and Bio-chemical Communication between Cancer Cells

Investigating the influence of mechanical forces and biochemical signals on cancer invasion using image analysis, experimental testing, and data processing. Developing a software tool-box for classification and location prediction of yap (protein) in cell nucleus and cytoplasm. The analysis of yap locations will be conducted based on a convoluted neural network algorithm to determine the locations of yap from a brightfield and/or fluorescent image converted into a grayscale matrix. The toolbox testing process will be iterative and enable minimal user interference to test image samples.

  • Dr. Tang Xin
  • Mechanical Engineering
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  • Biomechanics, Autonomous driving
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  • Decoding the Biomechanical and Bio-chemical Communication between Cancer Cells
  • Investigating the influence of mechanical forces and biochemical signals on cancer invasion using image analysis, experimental testing, and data processing. Developing a software tool-box for classification and location prediction of yap (protein) in cell nucleus and cytoplasm. The analysis of yap locations will be conducted based on a convoluted neural network algorithm to determine the locations of yap from a brightfield and/or fluorescent image converted into a grayscale matrix. The toolbox testing process will be iterative and enable minimal user interference to test image samples.