2nd year doctoral student in Physics
Laboratory: Research Center for Neutrino Science (RCNS)
Graduated: Tsinghua University, China in 2009
Posted Date: Oct. 2011
Four years ago, when I was about to graduate from Tsinghua University, I came to know about the neutrino experiments going in Kamioka, Japan. I found my interest turned into experimental physics and particle physics, which made me apply for IGPAS to do the great neutrino experiment at Tohoku University.
Currently I work for the Kamioka Liquid-scintillator Anti-Neutrino Detector (KamLAND), Tohoku's research facility for international collaboration of neutrino physics experiment carried out by scientists from Japan, US and EU. I am enthusiastic to work in the sense of global cooperation for intellectual wealth. In the group work of KamLAND, I get all that value best, motivated and fulfilled.
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