I have moved to UC Irvine; click here for my new home page. This page is no longer being maintained.
I am a Dickson instructor in the Department of Mathematics at University of Chicago. I finished my PhD at MIT under the supervision of Kiran S. Kedlaya. Before coming to the States, I grew up in China and received a bachelor degree in mathematics at Peking University, China.
I will move to UC Irvine in March, 2013.
You may find my CV here, or if you prefer a web version.
I teach Abstract Algebra 254 and 255 in the winter quarter. You may access my past course webpage through Chalk.
Special fibers of Shimura varieties.
Classicality of overconvergent automorphic forms.
p-adic Hodge theory and (φ,Γ)-modules.
Iwasawa theory for non-ordinary modular forms.
Theory of nonarchimedean differential modules and its application to ramification theory.
Rigid cohomology of overconvergent F-isocrystals, arithmetic D-modules.
Analogous results for l-adic sheaves and algebraic D-modules over C with irregular singularities.