I received my Ph.D. in December 2014 under the guidance of Professors Yuan YI and Philippe MICHEL. My thesis is "Topics in modern analytic number theory".
My research interests mainly lie in the field of Analytic Number Theory, including
- EXPONENTIAL & CHARACTER SUMS, borrowing tools from Fourier analysis and algebraic geometry;
- SIEVE METHODS, with applications to prime number theory, Diophantine problems and exponential sums;
- AUTOMORPHIC FORMS, with emphasis on analytic theory of L-functions.
My Erdős number is 3 as proved by the joint papers of Paul Erdős – Gérald Tenenbaum, Gérald Tenenbaum – Jie Wu and Jie Wu – Ping Xi.