Personal

I am a Simons Collaboration postdoc at Brandeis/Harvard CMSA in the year 2017-2019. Before coming here, I was a member at the Institute of Advanced Study in 2016-2017. I finished my Ph.D at Columbia University under the supervision of Mohammed Abouzaid in 2016. 

My research interests focus on the study of symplectic geometry and its relationship with mirror symmetry and Hamiltonian dynamics. Recently, I have been trying to understand the closed string mirror symmetry from the homological mirror symmetry conjecture, which relates certain descendant Gromov-Witten invariants with period integrals for toric varieties.