Growing up in southwest China, I studied meteorology and climate at Nanjing University, and Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. I became fascinated by paleoclimatology and decided to work towards a PhD on past climate change at the University of Michigan. I am currently interested in cloud and precipitation processes in warm climate states, and the interactions between the hydrological cycle and mountain uplift. I actively collaborates with geochemists, paleontologists, and geophysicists to explore terrestrial climate, mammalian evolution, and plate tectonics.
I am accepting new graduate students for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please contact me to learn about opportunities in my research group.
- Ph.D.: Earth & Environmental Sciences at University of Michigan
- M.S.: Atmospheric Sciences at Chinese National Academy of Sciences
- B.S.: Atmospheric Sciences at Nanjing University
- GSCI 4150 / GSCI 5150 : Applied Data Analysis in Earth Sciences
- GSCI 4810 / GSCI 5810: Modeling the Changing Atmosphere and Ocean