Degree sought: Ph.D. in Soil Science
Advisor: Dr. Markus Flury
I will begin my PhD program in soil science under the supervision of Prof. Markus Flury at WSU. My research project will focus on transport of nano- and microplastic particles in unsaturated porous media. In this project, I will explore how nano- and microplastic particles will move through porous media and what the effect of the air-water interface is on transport of these particles.
I have obtained a Master’s degree of Science in Hydrogeology from China University of Geosciences-Beijing and a Bachelor’s degree in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering from Shandong University of Science and Technology.
I had been a lab technician at China University of Geosciences-Beijing from June 2016 to April 2018, under the instruction of Pro. Qiulan Zhang. During that period, I had worked on designing and improving colloid transport experiment, and analyzing and recording test data to issue reports using charts, graphs and narratives.
In my spare time, I love reading novels, especially historical and science fictions. I also like swimming and playing table tennis.
Educational background: Master of Hydrogeology & Bachelor of Hydrology and Water Resources