I am an Instrumentation Scientist at Rigaku Innovative Technologies, and my research focuses on R&D of X-ray optics and instrumentation. Before joining Rigaku in June 2022, I was a Postdoctoral Appointee at HPCAT, X-ray Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, and a Visiting Investigator at Earth & Planets Laboratory, Carnegie Institution for Science. I received my Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from Michigan State University under the supervision of Prof. Susannah Dorfman in May 2021.
I am transposing my experience acquired in academia to industry. I have been working on the research and development of synchrotron facilities with various X-ray techniques since 2013. During my M.Sc., Ph.D., and Postdoc research, I have been intensively using a wide variety of techniques including X-ray imaging and tomography, single-crystal and powder XRD, X-ray spectroscopy, geochemical micro-analysis, high-pressure experiments, data reduction and modeling, scientific software development, parallel and high-performance computation, which have multidisciplinary applications in geochemistry, geophysics, planetary science, and material science.
Ph.D. in Geological Sciences, 2021
Michigan State University
M.Sc. in Geochemistry, 2016
B.Sc. in Geology, 2013
Sun Yat-Sen University