Ghostly neutrino particles continue to bring surprises to fundamental physics, from their existence to the phenomenon of neutrino oscillation, which implies their nonzero masses. Their exact masses, among the most curious unknowns beyond the Standard Model of particle physics, can soon be probed by the joint analysis of upcoming cosmological surveys including the CSST, Rubin Observatory LSST, PFS, Euclid, Simons Observatory, CMB-S4, and LiteBRID. In this talk, I will discuss ongoing works studying the effects of massive neutrinos and will draw a roadmap towards discovering the neutrino mass over the next decade.
2021-Present: Associate Professor, Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo
2019-2021: BCCP Postdoctoral Fellow,Berkeley Center For Cosmological Physics, UC Berkeley
2016-2019: NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
2011-2016: PhD in Astronomy, Department of Astronomy, Columbia University
2002-2006: BA in Business Management, Guangdong University Of Finance and Economics (广东财经大学)