high-resolution X-ray spectroscopy; plasma codes and atomic databases; circumnuclear medium; interstellar medium; intracluster medium; active galactic nuclei; galaxies and assembly of galaxies
I am currently a research associate at the Department of Physics. I am an astronomer interested in high-resolution X-ray spectroscopy of all kinds of celestial bodies, such as black holes, individual galaxies, assembly of galaxies, as well as the diffuse hot gas between stars and galaxies. I am also interested in atomic processes for astrophysical plasma diagnostics.
I started my research in astronomy back in 2011 at the National Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Science (NAOC). I got my M.Sc. degree in astronomy in 2014 from the University of Chinese Academy of Science (UCAS). Then I moved to SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON) and Leiden Observatory to grow my research experience in astronomy. I defended my Ph.D. dissertation in 2018 at Leiden University.
Ph.D. 2018 Leiden University
M.Sc. 2014 University of Chinese Academy of Science
B.Sc. 2011 Zhejiang University of Technology