2020-present, Research Assistant Professor, ShanghaiTech University
2012—2019, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
2019, PhD in Mathematics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, Advisor: Yan Soibelman. Thesis: Wall-Crossing Structures and its Applications to Seiberg-Witten Integrable Systems
2008, Bachelor of Science (Mathematics), Xiamen University, Xiamen, China
I am currently interested in the “wall-crossing” phenomena appearing in mathematics and physics. My research is about applying the formalism of Wall-Crossing Structure to the Seiberg-Witten integrable systems as a tool to recover the BPS spectrum of the underlying physics theories. I am also interested in the geometry of multi-centered black holes configuration and the associated wall-crossing.
Wall-Crossing Structures and Application to SU(3) Seiberg-Witten Integrable System, arXiv:1903.10169