I am a postdoctoral fellow associated with Prof. Eugene Demler at the Physics Department of Harvard University. I obtained Ph.D. at Stanford University in 2017, supervised by Prof. Tom Devereaux. My research interests lie in complex many-body problems in quantum matter and their interactions with light. These problems have rich applications in novel materials, quantum control, ultracold matter and quantum computing. Due to the complexity of electronic and atomic degrees of freedom, numerical simulations using high-performance computers are usually required. In this light, my research focuses on the study of quantum many-body physics utilizing massively parallel computational techniques. This includes the simulation of modern spectroscopies, nonequilibrium ultrafast dynamics and exotic electron-boson systems.