Ph.D. Candidate, University of Victoria, firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to my research webpage! I’m Jiaqing Bi (毕嘉擎).
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Victoria (UVic) in Canada, advised by Dr. Ruobing Dong. I obtained my M.S. degree in Astronomy from UVic in December 2020. Before that, I obtained my B.S. degree in Physics (Honors Program) from Xi’an Jiaotong University in Xi’an, China.
My reseach aims at better understanding how planets form in circumstellar disks. To be more specific, I focus on the dust dynamics under planet-disk interactions, binary-disk interactions, stellar radiation, and so on. I study this topic from both theoretical and observational approaches. I build disk models with 3D grid-based hydrodynamic codes (e.g., FARGO3D) and some self-written particle codes (see Bi & Fung 2022). I also work with submillimeter interferometry data from ALMA. For more details on my research activities, please refer to my projects and publications.