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Assistant Professor of Science Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison

I received my Ph.D. in Communication from Stanford University, MPA from SIPA, Columbia University, and bachelor in political science and economics (second major) from Fudan University.

My research employs data science to examine how digital media and technologies affect politicians' accountability to public well-being and how deliberative designs can improve public discourse on controversial and emerging technologies.

My work has been supported by the National Science Foundation and was published/accepted in peer-reviewed journals across disciplines including American Political Science Review, Politics,​ Public Understanding of Science, Public Opinion Quarterly, Journal of Science Communication, Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, International Public Management Journal, Frontiers In Sustainable Cities, Information Polity and among others.


  • –present
    Assistant Professor in Science Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison


  • 2019 
    Stanford University , Communication