About Me


I am an Assistant Researcher at the Shanghai Qi Zhi Institute, collaborating with Prof. Tao Du at Tsinghua University.

My research focus encompasses the intricate domains of computer graphics, physical simulation, and digital geometry. I am deeply passionate about exploring the intersections of mathematics, computer science, physics, and art, seeking innovative solutions to complex challenges within these fields.

I earned my Master’s degree in Computational Design from Carnegie Mellon University, where I cultivated a multidisciplinary approach to research. Prior to this, I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication Design with a minor in mathematics and applied mathematics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Looking ahead, I plan to apply for a Ph.D. position in fall 2024. Eager to delve deeper into the realms of computer graphics and its profound implications, I am enthusiastic about the prospect of further academic exploration.