Postdoctoral Fellow, Math, York University

Room 342, Fields Institute, 222 College Street, 
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5T 3J1

Full CV CV.pdf

I was born in China. I received my PhD in Applied Mathematics at City University of Hong Kong in 2013, under the supervision of Prof. Hui-Hui Dai. Then I worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Prof. Roderick Wong and Prof. Hui-Hui Dai for three years. Since 2016, I have been working with Prof. Huaxiong Huang and Prof. Jianhong Wu at York University and Fields Institute. 

My research has revolved around two overarching themes: asymptotic method and continuum mechanics. On the one hand, I am interested in problems involving a small or large parameter, and on the other, I am also interested multi-physics/multi-field problems. I love discussion with researchers from various backgrounds. I have been teaching undergraduate courses at York University. I love sharing ideas with students and motivating their independent thinking.

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