I am currently a Ph.D. student and a recipient of UM Fellowship in the Meteorology and Physical Oceanography program at University of Miami, working with Dr. Paquita Zuidema.
First part of my PhD project focused on resolving tropical humidity variability and vertical structure from a ground-based multi-channel microwave radiometer deployed during Dynamics of Madden-Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO) field campaign.
I am currently working on assessments of boundary layer and low clouds' adjustments to the presence of absorbing aerosols in the remote SE Atlantic using observations from Layered Atlantic Smoke Interaction with Clouds (LASIC) field campaign.
I come from Shenyang, China. I spent my first two years of college studying atmospheric science at Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China. I transferred to Florida State University in 2012. I got my B.S. degree from FSU with a major in Meteorology and a minor in Mathematics. I came to University of Miami in Fall 2014 and expect to graduate in Spring 2020.