Current/previous Position and education:
(Current) Postdoctoral Research Associate at The University of Edinburgh. Mentor: Tadahiro Oh.
(August 2018 to May 2021): Black-Babcock visiting assistant professor at University of Kansas. Postdoc mentor: David Nualart.
(September 1,2015 – March 28, 2018) Ph.D student at Université du Luxembourg, supervised by Ivan Nourdin.
(Sept. 2014-June 2015) M2 (Probabilités et Statistiques) student at Université Paris-Sud, Orsay supported by Fondation Mathématiques Jacques Hadamard.
(September 2007 – June 2011) Undergraduate student in the school of Economics and management, Wuhan University.
Research interest: nonlinear dispersive PDEs, SPDEs, Malliavin calculus, Stein’s method, fractional Brownian motion, local time, limit theorems, random matrix theory
 Stein’s method, Gaussian processes and Palm measures, with applications to queuing, joint work with Andrew D. Barbour and Nathan Ross. arXiv. link
 Quantitative central limit theorems for the parabolic Anderson model driven by colored noise, joint work with David Nualart and Panqiu Xia. submitted. arXiv link
 A simplified second-order Gaussian Poincaré inequality in discrete setting with applications, joint work with Peter Eichelsbacher, Benedikt Rednoß and Christoph Thäle. Submitted. arXiv link
 Stein’s method, smoothing and functional approximation, joint work with Andrew D. Barbour and Nathan Ross. Submitted. arXiv file.
 The hyperbolic Anderson model: Moment estimates of the Malliavin derivatives and applications, joint work with Raluca Balan, David Nualart and Lluís Quer-Sardanyons. Submitted. arXiv file
Selected publications: Link to all arXiv preprints.
 A central limit theorem for the stochastic wave equation with fractional noise, joint work with Francisco Delgado-Vences and David Nualart. Ann. Inst. Henri Poincaré Probab. Stat. 2020, Vol. 56, No. 4, 3020–3042 arXiv file & journal version.
 Fourth moment theorems on the Poisson space in any dimension, joint work with Christian Döbler and Anna Vidotto. Electron. J. Probab. Vol. 23 (2018), paper no. 36, 27 pp. Journal version & arXiv file
- A webpage on Malliavin-Stein approach (maintained by Ivan Nourdin): link
- The Probability Group of Victoria, Australia: link
- My friends: Anna, Maurizia
(Douby Zhang in the pictures)