I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. I am interested in a variety of problems related to Harmonic Analysis, which is a field of pure mathematics concerned with representing functions in terms of simpler components and using information about this decomposition to infer properties about the original function.

I received my B.S. in Mathematics from the School of Mathematical Sciences at Peking University and Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics at Brown University under the supervision of Prof. Jill Pipher.

I grew up in Xi’an, a beautiful historic city in the northwest of China, and moved to Beijing with my family during middle school. My name in Chinese characters is 欧雨濛.

*Study Guide Writing Workshop 2023*! The first workshop in this series has been held during August 14-18 at Penn, focusing on creating study guides for selected important papers in harmonic analysis. Graduate students and recent PhD graduates are welcome to participate! See our website for more details of the program.

*New harmonic analysis online platform*! We recently launched HAPPY (Harmonic analysis people’s presentations on YouTube), which is a YouTube channel dedicated to recent research in harmonic analysis and adjacent fields. Check out the program website to get to know several pilot video series and leave your comments or suggestions. Everyone is welcome to join!

*New AIM Research Community on Fourier restriction*! We recently created a Research Community on Fourier restriction conjecture and related problems, sponsored by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM). Feel free to check out the program website and fill out the application form if you are interested in joining.