I am a NASA Postdoctoral Program fellow at Jet Propulsion Laboratory working on the Juno mission. I received my doctoral degree in Planetary Science at California Institute of Technology. I'm generally interested in all kinds of physics related to fluid motions. My Ph.D. thesis is about moist convection and atmospheric dynamics on giant planets.
I love outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. I enjoy the sunshine in the Southern California.
California Institute of Technology, 2011 – 2016
Ph.D., Geological and Planetary Science
minor in Environmental Science and Engineering
Advisor: Andrew Ingersoll
Peking University, 2007 – 2011
B.Sc., School of Physics
Advisor: Yongyun Hu
California Institute of Technology, 2017 – 2018
Postdoc scholar, Juno team member
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2016 – 2017
NASA postdoc program fellow
Division of Geological and Planetary Science
South Mudd, MC:150-21
Email: cli [at] gps [dot] caltech [dot] edu