About Me

I am a MS student (as of 2020-06-26) in Statistics and Wildlife Ecology at University of Wisconsin-Madison. I did my undergraduate degree in Physical Biology at Peking University.

I am interested in Bayesian network reconstruction from observations and their applications in the community ecology of mammals/plants/microbes. I studied carnivore community in the Apostle Island National Lakeshore using auto-regressive models with Tim Van Deelen in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology and Probabilistic Graphic Models as well as its application on plant microbiome with Claudia SolĂ­s-Lemus in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.

I am a wildlife photographer and angler in my spare time, also a big fan of Neon Genesis Evangelion.