I am a first-year Ph.D student at School of Information Sciences (iSchool), University of Pittsburgh. My major is Information Science. Currently, I work in Computational Social Science Lab which is directed by Dr. Yu-Ru Lin. I am broadly interested in data science, network science, and computational science. and My current work focuses on large-scale emergency studies. If you are interested in my researches, please visit Research and Publication.
Before I came to Pittsburgh, I worked with Dr. Hernan Makse in Complex Networks and Soft Matter Lab at City College of New York from 2015 to 2016. Prior to that, I obtained my master and bachelor degrees in Mathematics and Engineering from Beihang University, China.
- 10/26/2016 Our paper Collective Influence of Multiple Spreaders Evaluated by Tracing Real Information Flow in Large-Scale Social Networks is published in Scientific Reports. This is my research work in Levich Institute, CCNY in during 2015 to 2016.
- 09/01/2016 I launched a new homepage, the old one is here: Former Homepage.
- 05/15/2016 I moved to Pittsburgh from New York, and started my Ph.D studies at iSchool of Pitt.
- 06/15/2015 I moved to New York City and started my research work at Levich Institue of City College of New York (CCNY).