Qi Li

Graduate Student


Office
Phone
Fax
Email

324 Bryant Space Science Center
(352) 294–1866
(352) 392–5089
pg3552@ufl.edu

Homepage
astro.ufl.edu/~pg3552

Educational Background
  • B.Sc., Astronomy, University of Science and Technology of China, 2015

  • M.Sc., Astronomy, University of Florida, 2017

Areas of Specialty
Galaxy Evolution, hydrodynamics simulation, ISM

Research Interests
Galaxy Evolution; dust formation and evolution; hydrodynamics simulation (code used: AMR Enzo, MFM GIZMO)

Biography
I am currently a fourth-year graduate student and PhD candidate at the University of Florida, working with Dr. Desika Narayanan on cosmic dust formation and evolution utilizing cosmological hydrodynamics simulations. I received my bachelor's degree in Astronomy at University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2015 before I started my PhD study in the same year. I studied at the Heidelberg University during my senior undergraduate year working with Dr. Volker Springel on clustering of Illustris simulation data.