In my first year of high school, I made a CG-animation named “Voyagers”, which condensed into a poem.
For the 150th Founding Anniversary of UC Berkeley, and to signify what I’ve learned in the past years, I am working on an original short animation following the same spirit, Hidden Planets.
Dreaming of hosting a season of Cosmos one day, I think it’s time to begin again.
Work in progress. Follow me to keep up to date.
“Seek knowledge. Locate Passion. Change the World.”
Above is a banner in Berkeley Student Learning Commons. I’m in the first and second phase.
Currently working as a student researcher in Dept. of mathematics, University of Auckland, I am studying the periodicity and bifurcation behaviors of trajectories in 2D polygonal billiards. I will update this site as my studies go on.
I’m a scientist still in early training stages. Collecting any near or far puzzle pieces on my way there, I hope to research into both the origin of the cosmos and emergent behaviors of complex systems. Wouldn’t it be exciting that the two are actually aspects of some unified concept?
Also there’s this urge to get into MIT. It’s part of me now.
I work to be a good communicator, of ideas, of science and in general. That was the initial motivation behind the establishment of Galactic Floral.
A poem of mine summarizes my writing the best:
Under some ancient starlight,
and into the verge of darkness;
Beside colliding particles,
and between segregating galaxy clusters,
take a life long glimpse,
At an infinity.