I grew up in Jingdezhen (景德镇 /ˈdʒɪŋˈdɛdʒɛn/), a small city in southern China. In 2012, I received a postgraduate scholarship and made one of the biggest decisions in my life and came to Australia to start a PhD degree.
In 2016, I completed my PhD from the University of New South Wales. I then worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Ecogenomics. My research is to identify environmentally and biotechnologically important microbial communities using high-throughput DNA sequence data.
In my spare time, I am also a writer in Toward Data Science, where I share good coding and data analysis practices in broad topics.
I love dealing with complex data and it’s my passion to apply data insights to tell stories and solve problems. I am enthusiastic about leveraging methods of modern statistics and data visualisation to extract patterns from intertwined datasets. I also have a strong interest in machine learning.
I am currently living and working in Sydney, Australia.
PhD in Microbiology, 2016
University of New South Wales
MSc in Agricultural Science, 2012
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
BSc in Agricultural Science, 2009
Jilin Agricultural University
A dashboard built to track the spread of recent outbreak coronavirus (COVID-19).
I designed this infographic to show the temerature patterns across eight Australian capital cities.