Siu Ying Wong

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PhD Student

Supervisor: Prof. Peter Hore (University of Oxford), co-supervised by Prof. Ilia Solov’yov

Universität Oldenburg
Institut für Physik
Carl-von-Ossietzky-Str. 9-11
26129 Oldenburg, Germany

Room: W16A 1-119
Email: siu.ying.wong@uol.de

Education:
Oct 2015 - Jul 2019 MChem Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford

Current Research:
Spin Dynamics Simulations of Cryptochrome-based Radical Pairs
Developing new spin dynamics simulation techniques to aid the design of behavioural experiments

Previous Research:
Phase Behaviour of 2D Colloidal Systems Using a Repulsive Optical Landscape
(Master Project, Aarts Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford)

Publications

Upper bound for broadband radiofrequency field disruption of magnetic compass orientation in night-migratory songbirds, Bo Leberecht, Siu Ying Wong, Baladev Satish, Sara Döge, Jakob Hindman, Lalitha Venkatraman, Shambhavi Apte, Katrin Haase, Isabelle Musielak, Glen Dautaj, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Michael Winklhofer, Henrik Mouritsen, P. J. Hore, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 120, e2301153120, (2023)
Magnetic field effects on radical pair reactions: estimation of B1/2 for flavin-tryptophan radical pairs in cryptochromes, Siu Ying Wong, Philip Benjamin, P. J. Hore, Physical Chemistry - Chemical Physics, 25, 975-982, (2023)
Effects of Dynamical Degrees of Freedom on Magnetic Compass Sensitivity: A Comparison of Plant and Avian Cryptochromes, Gesa Grüning, Siu Ying Wong, Luca Gerhards, Fabian Schuhmann, Daniel R. Kattnig, P. J. Hore, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 144, 22902-22914, (2022)
Broadband 75-85 MHz radiofrequency fields disrupt magnetic compass orientation in night-migratory songbirds consistent with a flavin-based radical pair magnetoreceptor, Bo Leberecht, Dmitry Kobylkov, Thiemo Karwinkel, Sara Döge, Lars Burnus, Siu Ying Wong, Shambhavi Apte, Katrin Haase, Isabelle Musielak, Raisa Chetverikova, Glen Dautaj, Marco Bassetto, Michael Winklhofer, P. J. Hore, Henrik Mouritsen, Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 208, 97-106, (2022)
Cryptochrome magnetoreception: four tryptophans could be better than three, Siu Ying Wong, Yujing Wei, Henrik Mouritsen, Ilia A. Solov'yov, P. J. Hore, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 18, 20210601, (2021)