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I am a research scientist in MSE at UC Berkeley. My research focuses on innovations in modeling and design approaches for creating materials and structures with superior properties. I have a keen interest in mechanics problems across length scales, from atoms and molecules to civil engineering structures. My recent research lies in scientific machine learning, in which I aim to advance AI and ML techniques to address challenges in scientific computing.


Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Structures and Materials

  • Research group: Laboratory for Atomistic and Molecular Mechanics 

  • Thesis title: Eumelanin and polydopamine: self-assembly, structure, and properties

  • Thesis advisor: Markus J. Buehler

National Taiwan University

M.S. in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering

  • Ranked 1st among class of 47 students

  • Thesis title: Application of HHT techniques to nonlinear dynamic analysis of trusses

  • Thesis advisor: Yeong-Bin Yang

  • Honorary Member of Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society

  • Sinotech Engineering Consultants Scholarship (two times)


National Central University

B.S. in Civil Engineering

  • President's Award (three times)

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