I recieved my Ph.D from Nanjing University in China at the end of 2013. After that, I spent about two years studying in Hokkaido University as a postdoctoral researcher. My research field is theoretical nuclear physics and my current interests focus on the nuclear cluster structures in nuclei. Clustering in nuclei is a quite amazing phenomenon in the quantum many-body world. Maybe you know the famous Hoyle sate in 12C? I hope I can contribute new knowledge to this field. In my spare time, I like running, climbing, and enjoying the outdoor natural scenery.