Starting in the fall of 2016, I am a J.J. Sylvester Assistant Professor (Post-Doc) in the Department of Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University. I graduated with my Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago under Professors Lawrence Ein and Kevin Tucker. Before that, I grew up and studied in China. 

    I am interested in algebraic geometry with two directions. My first line of research focuses on the geometry of the Hilbert scheme of points on singular curves and surfaces. I aim to understand invariants and singularities of these Hilbert schemes of points. I am also interested in various algebro-geometric problems over fields of positive characteristics, specifically linear systems on surfaces. 

    I am organizing the Johns Hopkins Algebraic Geometry Seminar, and I am teaching two sessions of Cal II (MATH 109).

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