Office 383, Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics
1216 E. California Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91106
Hello world! I’m a PhD candidate from the Observational Cosmology group at Caltech. I work with my advisor Jamie Bock and closely collaborate with Tzu-Ching Chang and Steven Furlanetto on a wide range of topics about the cosmological evolution of galaxies and the large-scale structure in the high-redshift universe. I’m a team member of the TIME experiment, which is a new mm-wavelength grating spectrometer array designed to study cosmic reionization and census the molecular gas content during cosmic noon using the line intensity mapping (LIM) technique.
My life so far is about a story of two cities. All the sweet memories in my pre-adult years are about Beijing, the 2nd largest city in China, and I have been bathing in the warm sunshine of Los Angeles, the 2nd largest city in the US, since 2011. Prior to pursuing my PhD at Caltech, I obtained my bachelor degree in astrophysics from UCLA.
|Sep 21, 2021||New paper on imprints of Pop III stars in the near-infrared background published in MNRAS!|
|Jul 21, 2021||Website launched!|
- MNRASConstraints on the star formation efficiency of galaxies during the epoch of reionizationMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016
- ApJA Foreground Masking Strategy for [C II] Intensity Mapping Experiments Using Galaxies Selected by Stellar Mass and RedshiftThe Astrophysical Journal, 2018
- ApJA Self-consistent Framework for Multiline Modeling in Line Intensity Mapping ExperimentsThe Astrophysical Journal, 2019
- ApJProbing Cosmic Reionization and Molecular Gas Growth with TIMEThe Astrophysical Journal, 2021