I was born and been lived in a small town of central China before entering college. I decided to pursue oceanography and spent four years studying the fundamental parts of marine science. During this time, I also interned in Rome, Italy for three months. When the pandemic started, I relocated to Hamburg, Germany, where I obtained a master’s degree in Ocean and Climate Physics. I had the opportunity to spend a semester in Utrecht, the Netherlands, which was the highlight of my life. After graduation, I continued a six-month internship in Saudi Arabia, where I have been investigating the Red Sea circulation using the inverse method. Despite the challenges faced in scientific research, I am currently pursuing the PhD at UEA, United Kingdom.
I am fascinated by the eternal ocean circulation and its impacts on our climate. I use ocean model to simulate and analyze ocean circulation but feel very humble to understand its mechanisms, variability, and interaction with other systems.
Besides, I am into philosophy, politics, and literature (a jack of trades and master of none) and now trying to grab a bit Spanish.