Associate Fellow, KICP
Schramm Postdoctoral Fellow, Fermilab
Ph.D., Physics, University of Michigan, 2016
My research has been revolving around large scale structures, especially galaxy clusters, in optical surveys such as SDSS, DES and LSST. I like looking at galaxy evolution mechanisms and cosmological effects in those surveys, and meanwhile super interested in data processing and analyses techniques to be used in those data. I also like working with students and doing outreach activities.
In my spare time, I love reading books, especially non-fiction books. I am also keen to try different sports, and so far have successfully avoided getting good at any.