Liang Dai

Assistant Professor

Department of Physics, UC Berkeley

Welcome to Liang Dai's (戴亮) homepage!

I am a junior professor in the Department of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley. I study a range of topics in cosmology and astrophysics, from the cosmic-scale structure and evolution of our Universe, to the elusive Dark Matter and its observational signatures through gravitational lensing, and to astrophysical gravitational wave signals.

Prior to my current appointment, I worked at the Institute for Advanced Study as an NASA Einstein postdoctoral fellow and then as a John Bahcall postdoctoral fellow. I earned my Ph.D. in Physics at the Johns Hopkins University, and B.S. in Physics at Peking University in China.

If you would like to work on fascinating physics problems with me, share interesting thoughts, or just want to chat about anything, don't hesitate to reach me at: liangdai_AT_berkeley_DOT_edu.

Mailing address:

6410 Schmidt Lane
El Cerrito, CA 94530
Phone: (443) 857-7054