I was born and grew up in Ningbo which is a typical city in southern China close to Shanghai and famous for its food, Tangyuan (glue pudding). After high school, I got the chance to study in Tsinghua University (Beijing) where I majored Chemical Engineering. Four years study there was a rich and unforgettable experience. I participated in lots of research projects on catalyst, polymer, protein and finally algorithm of optimization. Now I’m a PhD student in Green Group at MIT working on RMG, an automatic generation tool for reaction network. More specifically, I’m dealing with memory usage and execution efficiency issues within RMG. In my spare time, reading history books and taking online courses on any interesting subjects are my favorites. I’m also a president of MIT group now mainly organizing small group discussion panels on a variety of social, political topics.