Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Postdoc Fellow at University of California, Irvine
I was born and grew up in a small village in China. After high school, I went to the University of Science and Technology of China located at Hefei (capital city of Anhui province) to study Chemical Physics. In 2011, I got my B.S. and came to the United States to continue my study in theoretical and computational chemistry at the University of South Carolina under the supervision of Prof. Sophya Garashchuk.
From 2016 to 2018, I joined the group of Prof. Ignacio Franco at the University of Rochester as a postdoc fellow. I worked on several projects including exploring the exotic properties of non-equilibrium matter, developing methods for coupled electron-nuclear dynamics, and developing theories to understand open quantum system dynamics.
Since 2018, I join the group of Prof. Shaul Mukamel at the University of California, Irvine. The research focus is on monitoring the nonadiabatic molecular dynamics in optical cavities using nonlinear optics.
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