I was a Postdoc at the Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina, working under the direction of Prof. Qi Wang. I graduated with a Ph.D. degree in applied and computational mathematics in Dec. 2018. Currently, I work as a Postdoc in the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems.
My research interests include developing mathematical models, accurate and efficient numerical algorithms, and implementation on high-performance CPU-GPU hybrid computing clusters to solve mathematical and computational problems arising from active matter system in biochemistry, biophysics, fluid dynamics and rheology of complex fluids (soft matter).
- SIAM Student Travel Award. ($650 * 2) 11/2016 and 09/2018
- Travel Award from the Graduate School at the University of South Carolina. ($500 * 2) 01/2017 and 09/2018
- The Outstanding First Year Graduate ACM Student Award. (USC) 04/2014
- SIAM, AMS, AWM.