I am a postdoctoral scholar at California Institute of Technology supervised by Prof. Andrew Stuart and Prof. Tapio Schneider. I received my Ph.D. in ICME at Stanford University advised by Prof. Charbel Farhat. I am also very fortunate to work with Prof. Per-Olof Persson, Prof. Matthew J. Zahr, Prof. Eric Darve, and Prof. Sanjiva Lele on particular projects. My CV is here.
My research interest lies in advancing fundamental understanding and predictive modeling for real world engineering applications and important natural phenomena, and developing mathematical models and advanced computational algorithms for their optimization and uncertainty quantification. I am currently working on Data-Informed Earth System Modeling within the CLIMA. Previously, I worked on building a high-fidelity multidisciplinary computational framework to understand the parachute inflation dynamics during the deceleration of a spacecraft from the high speed of atmospheric entry to the final stages of landing on Mars.
Ph.D., Computational Mathematics and Aeronautics & Astronautics, Stanford University, 2020.
B.S., Mathematics, Peking University, 2014.