In today's global warming, I'm eager to do something for humans, for our home – Earth. During my past research on marine nitrogen fixation, I developed a strong interest in biogeochemistry-climate interactions. In the future, I want to be a biogeochemist to combine interdisciplinary research methods, such as fieldwork, lab experiments, and numerical modeling, to contribute to a better understanding of the interaction between the C/N cycle, human disturbance, and climate change.
Master of Science in Marine Geology, Tongji University, China
Bachelor of Science in Marine Life Resources and Environment, Shandong University, China