I am currently a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at UC Berkeley. My research expertise is in computational mechanics, materials science, and machine learning. I received my Ph.D. in the field of Structures and Materials from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at MIT, with a thesis concentrated on multiscale modeling.


Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ph.D., in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Structures and Materials

  • Laboratory for Atomistic and Molecular Mechanics (LAMM)

  • Thesis title: Eumelanin and polydopamine: self-assembly, structure,
    and properties

  • Thesis advisor: Markus J. Buehler

  • Thesis committee: Heather J. Kulik, Timothy K. Lu, Xuanhe Zhao

  • Received A's in 10 courses including 1.561 Motion-Based Design, 1.571 Structural Analysis & Control, 1.581 Structural Dynamics & Vibrations, 1.545 Atomistic Modeling & Simulation of Materials and Structures, 2.071 Mechanics of Solid Materials, 2.072 Mechanics of Continuous Media, 10.637 Quantum Chemical Simulation, 16.223 Mechanics of Heterogeneous Materials

National Taiwan University

M.S., in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering

  • Ranked 1st among class of 47 students

  • Thesis title: Application of HHT techniques to nonlinear dynamic analysis of trusses

  • Thesis advisor: Yeong-Bin Yang

  • Honorary Member of Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society

  • Sinotech Engineering Consultants Scholarship (2 times)

National Central University

B.S., in Civil Engineering

  • President's Award (3 times)

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