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==Research Interests==
 
==Research Interests==
 
# Synthetic Biology
 
# Synthetic Biology
- Molecular Machines and Motors
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* Molecular Machines and Motors
- Design on the Nanoscale
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* Design on the Nanoscale
- Bioengineering with DNA
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* Bioengineering with DNA
- Using Yeast and Cyanobacteria to Manufacture High-Value Products and Fuels
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* Using Yeast and Cyanobacteria to Manufacture High-Value Products and Fuels
 
# Biochemistry
 
# Biochemistry
- Metabolic Pathways
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* Metabolic Pathways
 
# Astrophysics
 
# Astrophysics
- Black Hole Binary Dimensional Analysis
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* Black Hole Binary Dimensional Analysis
  
 
==Publications==
 
==Publications==

Revision as of 18:55, 18 April 2011

Contact Info

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  • Ivan Dmitrievich Bochkov
  • Harvard University
  • College Address:
  • 143 Kirkland Mail Center
  • Cambridge, MA 02138 (USA)
  • Permanent Address:
  • 8 Pemigewasset Circle
  • Derry, NH 03038 (USA)
  • 603-339-2553
  • ibochkov@fas.harvard.edu

I am a junior undergraduate at Harvard majoring in Chemical and Physical Biology. Most recently, I was a member of the Harvard International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) Team under Professor Alain Viel. I have also researched black hole binaries at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) under Dr. Jeffrey McClintock. I am currently a co-president and violist in the Harvard Pops Orchestra, and a sabre fencer on the Harvard Varsity Fencing Team.

Education

  • Harvard College Class of 2012 (concentrating in Chemical and Physical Biology or Molecular and Cell Biology)
  • Pinkerton Academy Class of 2008 (High School Honors Diploma, 4.0 GPA, Ranked 2 of 788)

Research Interests

  1. Synthetic Biology
  • Molecular Machines and Motors
  • Design on the Nanoscale
  • Bioengineering with DNA
  • Using Yeast and Cyanobacteria to Manufacture High-Value Products and Fuels
  1. Biochemistry
  • Metabolic Pathways
  1. Astrophysics
  • Black Hole Binary Dimensional Analysis

Publications

  1. A New Dynamical Model for the Black Hole Binary LMC X-1

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