Fang is a Senior Research Scientist working on the development of a fundamental physics theory at Quantum Gravity Research. She received her PhD in Laser Plasma Physics from the University of California at Los Angeles. She joined the mission in 2009 and helped build the team. Her expertise includes photonics, solid state physics, plasma physics, quantum gravity models, standard physics model, quasicrystals, Lie algebra and number theory.

#### Publications

##### 2022

- DNA Sequence and Structure under the Prism of Group Theory and Algebraic Surfaces
- Exploiting anyonic behavior of quasicrystals for topological quantum computing
- Character Varieties and Algebraic Surfaces for the Topology of Quantum Computing

##### 2021

- On the Emergence of Spacetime and Matter from Model Sets
- Group Theory of Syntactical Freedom in DNA Transcription and Genome Decoding
- Graph Coverings for Investigating Non Local Structures in Proteins, Music and Poems
- The Curled Up Dimension in Quasicrystals
- Quantum Information in the Protein Codes, 3-manifolds and the Kummer Surface
- Geometric State Sum Models from Quasicrystals
- Finite Groups for the Kummer Surface: the Genetic Code and a Quantum Gravity Analogy

##### 2020

##### 2019

##### 2018

- Non-Local Game of Life in 2D Quasicrystals
- Quasicrystal Tilings in Three Dimensions and Their Empires
- Closing Gaps in Geometrically Frustrated Symmetric Clusters: Local Equivalence between Discrete Curvature and Twist Transformations

##### 2017

- Methods for Calculating Empires in Quasicrystals
- Quantum Walk on a Spin Network and the Golden Ratio as the Fundamental Constant of Nature

##### 2016

- Starobinsky Inflation and Dark Energy and Dark Matter Effects From Quasicrystal-Like Spacetime Structures
- An Icosahedral Quasicrystal and E8-Derived Quasicrystals
- Unexpected Fractal Signatures in Fibonacci Chains

##### 2014

##### 2013

- Periodic Modification of the Boerdijk-Coxeter Helix (Tetrahelix)
- Law of Sums of the Squares of Areas, Volumes and Hyper Volumes of Regular Polytopes from Clifford Polyvectors
- Cabinet of Curiosities: the Interesting Geometry of the Angle β=arccos((3φ – 1)/4)