From the Giant to the Tiny: Explorations Across Scales

In high school, I was an amateur astronomer operating telescopes to observe the giant universe that we are curious about. Now I am a young materials scientist operating electron microscopes to reveal the tiny world we are eager to know.

Exploring the nanoscale is not only for fulfilling our curiosity, but it provides an amazing treasure to the advancement of technology and gradually promotes the way people live. It is interesting, and it is useful. I am only on a humble expedition towards a gorgeous grace to humankind. Hopefully, we are reaching this grace in a way only with kindness.

Interested Fields of Study

Active
      Physics, applied, chemical, condensed matter, materials science
      Chemistry, analytical, materials, nanotechnology, physical, surface
Amateur
      Astronomy, instruments, observational, optical
      Physics, acoustics, astrophysics
      Mathematics, applied, network science
      Coding using .net (VB/C#), Matlab, and C

Media Spotlight

May 2018
Featured on the NanoScientific Magazine (Vol 13, pp. 23-24) and the Park AFM website as a recipient of the 2018 Park AFM Scholarship.

April 2015
Cover story on Zhejiang University website: Asking Myself at the Finish Line of College
Featured as a recipient of the 2014 Chu Kochen Scholarship