I graduated from The Ohio State University with a B.S degree in Mathematics (applied physics track). I will begin my Ph.d. study at the Applied Interdisciplinary Mathematics (AIM) program of the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. My current passion for Applied Mathematics includes but not limited to mathematical biology, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, and differential equations. My recent research studies mathematical aspects of homeostasis, a well-known biological phenomenon. I received an undergraduate research scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year for independent research titled “A Classification of Homeostasis Types in Four-node Input-output Networks”, supervised by Prof. Martin Golubitsky.
My hometown: Hangzhou (Link) and Shanghai (Link to google map). Aside from math, I enjoy hiking and traveling. I am also a big football fan. Go Bucks! Go Browns! Go blue (only when its opponent is not Ohio State)!