223 Zi-Huan Building
500 Dongchuan Road
2009.09 – 2014.07: PhD in Ecology (Supervisor: Prof. Zhanqing Hao); Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2011.09 – 2012.01: Visiting student (Prof. Fangliang He’s Lab); Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
2005.09 – 2009.07: B.Sc. in Mathematics; School of Mathematical Science, Beijing Normal University
2014.09 – 2019.09: Postdoctoral Fellow (Supervisor: Prof. Fangliang He; other collaborators: Prof. John Spence, Prof. Ellen Macdonald, Prof. Scott Nielsen, Dr. Colin Bergeron, Mr. David Deane); Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
Our research mainly focuses on the diversity and dynamic of ecosystems (mainly forests) at multiple scales, with a special emphasis on understanding various macroecological patterns, including beta diversity and many others.
We use both empirical and theoretical approaches to address our research questions.
The empirical data we collect and analyze are mainly from forest inventories.
Our current theoretical exploration relies heavily on probability theory.
Python to analyze data and implement our theoretical models.