PhD Student, University of Warwick
As an undergraduate, I studied Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Shandong University, China and BSc Mathematics at the University of Manchester. I graduated from both Universities in July 2018, with a 1st class honours from Manchester. I then continued my study at the University of Oxford on MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing and graduated with a merit. My dissertation supervisors are Prof. Irene Moroz and Dr Hannah Christensen. We studied the dynamical properties of El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) using the Vallis 1986 model and explored the possible impacts of Greenhouse Warming on ENSO.
I am now a new PhD student within the HetSys programme at University of Warwick, under supervision of Dr James Sprittles and Prof Duncan Lockerby. My PhD project focuses on modelling the fluctuations of contact lines.