I am currently a postdoctoral associate at the Carnegie Observatories. My research focuses on modeling the nonlinear evolution of dark matter substructure and looking for its imprint in strong gravitational lensing.
Previously, I was a PhD student at the Institute for Astrophysics of Goettingen University, where I worked on semi-analytic model of structure formation with ultralight axion dark matter and numerical simulations of tidal disruption of subhalos in the host halo. By comparing the results from the semi-analytic model and direct simulations with current observations, I hope to obtain constraints on the dark matter model and explore the fantastic nature of the dark sector of the universe.
Besides, I am also interested in numerical relativity related to compact objects and black holes and modified gravity.