I am a graduate student in Physics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Currently, I'm working with Professor Philip F. Hopkins and Professor Jim Fuller at the Theoretical AstroPhysics Including Relativity and Cosmology (TAPIR) group on a variety of topics in astrophysics theory. I'm particulaly interested in the physics of compact objects, from neutron stars to supermassive black holes.
I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Theoretical Physics at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2019. During my undergraduate study, I worked with Professor Jim Fuller at Caltech on the spin of massive stellar remnants (i.e. neutron stars and stellar-mass black holes), and with Professor Matthias Bartelmann at the Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Heidelberg in Germany on a non-equilibrium statistical field theory applying to cosmic structure formation.
Besides science, I also enjoy classical music and opera, especially the works from late-romantic to modernist era. I am also a frequent traveller, and travelled to 15 countries when I was an undergraduate.
in Rome, Italy, 2019