I received my PhD degree in Physics from Peking University in 2014, mainly exploring the physical properties of strongly correlated oxide thin films and related resistive switching devices. Then I moved to University of Nebraska-Lincoln as a post-doctoral researcher, working on the ferroelectric field effect transistor and transport anomaly (AHE, THE etc). In 2019, I joined Prof. Shriram Ramanathan’s group as a post-doctoral researcher in Purdue University.
My research focuses on phase transition phenomenon in strongly correlated nickelate oxides. By controlling the carrier injection (proton, electron and holes), the unique physical properties of nickelate can be changed, realizing novel device applications.