Post Doctoral Associate
I was born in Jiangsu Province, China. In 2014, I got my Ph.D. degree of Horticulture from Washington State University, the dissertation title is Factors Causing Low Yields of Some Sweet Cherry Varieties in Washington State. I am now a post-doctoral associate at the University of California, Davis in the Department of Plant Sciences. My current research focuses are on the pistachio phenology models based on chill and heat units, the evaluation of pistachio flower qualities related with the carbohydrates redistribution in dormant trees, and the exploration of bud mist-cooling system for pistachio commercial orchards.