I’m from a small town named Honghu, which is located in the central part of China. In Chinese, ‘hu' means lake, so my hometown is famous because of a beautiful lake and is named after it. I did my masters degree at the Beijing Normal University, and my PhD at the University of Padova, including a year and a half at UC Davis. After that, I did a one year postdoc at the Observatory of Padova, INAF, and then I moved to Stockholm.
Interview with Pablo Fernández de Salas
Pablo is a postdoc in the SU Physics department who is using GAIA data to learn about dark matter. He likes to cook unconventional foods.
Interview with Ankit Beniwal
Ankit is a postdoc in the SU Physics department working on dark matter phenomenology. He likes Indian food and is learning how to swim.
Interview with Giovanni Camelio
Giovanni is a postdoc in the SU Astronomy department working on neutrino diffusion in rotating neutron stars. He likes reading and drawing.
Interview with Rakhee Kushwah
Rakhee Kushwah is a postdoc at KTH working on the SPHiNX gamma ray polarization satellite. She likes watching movies and hopes for tourist visits to the moon.
Interview with Erin O’Sullivan
Erin O’Sullivan is a postdoc working on neutrino astrophysics in the SU IceCube group. She likes exploring Stockholm and playing board games.
Interview with Fei Xie
Fei Xie is a postdoc working on instrument simulations for the SPHiNX gamma-ray polarization satellite. She likes movies, reading, and spicy food.
Interview with Hoi-Fung David Yu
Hoi-Fung David is an observer who seeks to understand gamma-ray burst emission mechanisms. He likes bouldering and science communication.
Interview with Mette Friis
Mette is an observer who works with PoGO+ (a balloon-born experiment that measures polarized gamma-rays) and who loves to bake and eat sweets.
Interview with Luca Visinelli
Luca is a theorist working at the interface of particle physics and cosmology who loves pizza and Stockholm.