Erdös number: 4
Citations (ResearchGate): 26
h-index (ResearchGate): 3
(Feb 2022)

In my mentorships, I am treated as a graduate student intellectually. I periodically report to my supervisors and discuss the next steps in the project. This lack of spoon-feeding has certainly allowed me to find the right resources, learn new things, and work on problems without the help of others. I have no doubt this will be very useful in the future (Sep 2019).


·       Graduate Student at Department of Physics, Princeton University and Princeton Institute of Materials
Condensed matter: “Measuring resonant frequencies in a graphene nanodrum.” Collaborated with physics postdoc, Dr. Tiancheng Song. Invited and supervised by Professor Sanfeng Wu (2022).

·       Undergraduate Student at Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics and Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials
Condensed matter: “Composite fermions with quenched disorder at the half-filled Landau level.” Collaborated with physics graduate student, Mr. Prashant Kumar. Invited and supervised by Professor Srinivas Raghu (2018).

Condensed matter: “Pair density waves in strong coupling Holstein-Hubbard ladders.” Collaborated with Physics graduate student, Mr. Zhaoyu Han. Invited and supervised by Professors Steven Kivelson and Hong Yao (2020).

·       Visiting Student at Henry A. Rowland Department of Physics and Astronomy and Johns Hopkins Institute for Quantum Matter
Condensed matter: “Annihilation of Domain Walls in a Ferromagnetic Wire.” Collaborated with physics graduate student, Mr. Anirban Ghosh. Invited and supervised by Professor Oleg Tchernyshyov (2016).

·       Visiting Student at Department of Physics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Quantum computation: “Performing Joint Measurements on Electron Spin Qubits by Measuring Current through a Nearby Conductance Channel.” Invited and supervised by Professor Jason Kestner (2015).

Publications and Presentations


·       Computer: Mathematica (Certified Wolfram Technology Associate at Student Level), MATLAB, LaTeX, GraphPad, COMSOL, OOMMF, Java, Python, C/C++, HTML, Microsoft Office, Windows XP/7/8/10, Mac OS X, UNIX

·       Laboratory: Centrifuge, Optical microscopy, Cell culture, Optical spectroscopy, Thin-Layer Chromatography, Calorimetry, Optical Telescope

·      Volunteer Biological Technician at the Bee Research Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville. Assisted researchers with experimentation: RNA isolation, PCR, gel electrophoresis, bee collection and dissection, reviewing research papers. Invited by scientist Dr. Judy Chen (2014).

Bee 1
In the field collecting bee samples.
Bloomberg Center, Johns Hopkins
Physics Building, UMBC

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