About myself


I am currently a fourth-year PhD student studying Applied Mathematics at John A. Paulsson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. My advisor is Prof. L. Mahadevan. My research interest lies in the mathematical and computational modeling in a wide variety of physical and biological systems, including origami and kirigami metamaterials, random networks, biological signaling networks, morphogenesis and developmental processes. You can check out more on my publications page and projects page.


Prior to Harvard, I studied mathematics and physics during my undergrad at Tsinghua University. I was also part of the Tsinghua Xuetang Talents Program. My undergraduate research was under the advising of Prof. Chao Tang at Peking University. I also worked with Prof. Michael Small as an exchange student at University of Western Australia and with Prof. Michael Elowitz as a summer research intern at California Institute of Technology.