(Last updated: May 2023)
I'm a theoretical physicist interested in topological phenomena. Most of my works focus on strongly-correlated condensed matter systems. I'm also interested in quantum information, high energy theory, and especially their intersections with condensed matter theory. I like to do aerial silks, play video games and enjoy solving all sorts of puzzles.
2022 Fall-present: postdoc, Harvard University.
2019-2022: postdoc, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara.
2014-2019: Ph.D. in physics, University of Utah.
2010-2014: B.S. in Economics, Fudan University.
Beginning 2024 Fall, I will join Georgia Tech as an assistant professor. If you are interested in working with me as a postdoc or a graduate student, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Condensed matter theory: strongly-correlated systems
topological phases, both lattice model and continuum field theory
moire physics, van der Waals heterostructures
fractons, quasicrystals and other unconventional topological systems
dualities and quantum criticalities
Quantum circuits; many-body dynamics
Measurement-induced phases and phase transitions
Fault tolerant quantum computation
High energy theory: intersections with condensed matter physics
Conformal field theory