I am a theoretical physicist with general interests in biological physics and soft condensed matter. A common theme in my research is to use coarse-grained models and simple mathematical descriptions to understand recurring experimental and numerical observations. Testing the predictions of my models and theories using experimental and numerical data is another important aspect of my research. Therefore, I am always enthusiastic to collaborate with experimentalists and propose new experimental ideas.
07/2016-Present: Postdoctoral Fellow, SEAS, Harvard University
Advisor: Ariel Amir
2011-2016: Ph.D., Department of Physics, New York University
Advisor: Matthieu Wyart
2007-2011: B.Sc., Department of Physics, Fudan University