Welcome to my homepage. I’m currently an associate professor (selected as Nanqiang Young Top-notch Talents (class B) of Xiamen University) at the Department of Astronomy, Xiamen University. I’m an astrophysicist who studies the astrophysics of supermassive black holes (e.g., the one you watched in the famous movie Interstellar; or read this nice review for non-expert) in the center of active galaxies. In the meantime, I’m also interested in smaller black holes, namely, the stellar black holes and the intermediate-mass black holes. I use multi-wavelength data (collected by various telescopes spanning the electromagnetic spectrum), high-quality light curves and theoretical models to probe the astrophysics of black holes. Please check out this website or some of my publications to learn more about my research.
Research interests: AGN, Black hole astrophysics
sponsor: Yongquan Xue
supervisor: Yongquan Xue
thesis: A Multi-messenger Study of Black Hole Accretion Systems, advisor: Wei-min Gu
project: The Spectral Energy Distribution of ADAFs with Outflows, supervisors: Dingxiong Wang, Xinwu Cao, Shuangliang Li
XMU Graduate Student, Ms. Danyang Li (李丹阳)
XMU Undergraduate Student, Ms. Jie Chen (陈洁)
WSU Graduate Student, Ms. Kexuan Wu (吴珂瑄)
XMU Graduate Student, Mr. Guowei Ren (任国伟)
XMU Undergraduate Student, Mr. Jie Ma (马捷)
Now at Fudan University as a graduate student
XMU Graduate Student, Ms. Ting Li (黎婷)
One first-author paper published under my supervision (arXiv: 2104.12327).
USTC Graduate student, Ms. Junyao Li (李俊瑶)
One first-author paper published under my supervision (arXiv: 1905.06538).