Assistant Professor of Physics
213 Martin Hall
My research is primarily concerned with the cognitive processes during physics learning and problem-solving using methods from cognitive science, educational psychology as well as physics education. My other research interests include how to use retrieval practice to improve students’ problem-solving skills in physics and how students correct themselves in introductory physics problem solving.
- PHS 201 College Physics I
- Ph.D. in Physics, Purdue University
- M.S. in Astronomy, University of Science and Technology of China
- B.S. in Theoretical Physics, Nankai University