I am a theoretical physicist working as a Physics of Living Systems postdoctoral fellow in the Physics Department at MIT. My research focus is on nonequilibrium thermodynamics in the presence of fluctuations. In particular, I am working towards uncovering the fundamental limitations and operational principles that dictate the interplay between energy, thermodynamics and information.
Update: Starting in January 2019 I will join the Faculty of the University of Michigan with a joint appointment between Biophysics and Complex Systems. I am currently interested in recruiting graduate students and postdocs to my group.
- Spontaneous fine-tuning to environment in many-species chemical reaction networks, J. M. Horowitz and J. L. England PNAS, 114, 7565-7570 (2017).
- Dissipation bounds all steady-state current fluctuations, T. R. Gingrich, J. M. Horowitz, N. Perunov and J. L. England, Phys. Rev. Lett., 116, 120601 (2016).
- Thermodynamics with continuous information flow, J. M. Horowitz and M. Esposito, Phys. Rev. X, 4, 031015 (2014).