What brought you to the CTG UAlbany?
My research interest lies in open innovation and collaborative governance.
Recently, I have been studying citizen engagement in the process of ICT-driven co-production.
CTG UAlbany is the leading research institute for data-driven governance and open government projects. It provides me with great opportunities to explore those research topics and further develop my future directions in academia.
What did you do prior to coming to CTG UAlbany?
I finished both my bachelors in political science and master in public administration in Fudan University in China.
I have been a research assistant for 2016-2017 at Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.
What are your plans/goals for the future?
I will pursue an academic career in the future.
After graduating from the Ph.D. program, I intend to continue my research work back in China.
I will keep contributing to the research community of open innovation from an international perspective, especially with experiences in the Chinese context. I will also further expand my research network both in the U.S. and China.
How can CTG UAlbany help you reach your goal for the future?
CTG UAlbany, with its diverse academic background and various research projects, could provide me with great opportunities to develop my skills for academic research, social networking, and teamwork.
I learned new perspectives to advance my knowledge about technology in government and explore potential breakthroughs in the future.