My colleagues and I are endeavoring to build an astronomical observatory at Dome A, the highest point in Antarctica. We hope to set up a number of telescopes in the coming years to study the mysterious dark energy in the universe.My research interests include also spectropolarimetry observations of supernovae. The supernovae I study are so far away that even the largest telescopes in the world cannot resolve their shapes through direct imaging. Spectropolarimetry is a technique that enables geometric structures of supernovae to be studied.Most recently I am working on finding supernovae at redshifts above 4.
- Photometric variability in the CSTAR field: results from the 2008 dataset 
- Swift Ultraviolet Observations of Supernova 2014J in M82: Large Extinction from Interstellar Dust 
- Properties of extragalactic dust inferred from linear polarimetry of Type Ia supernova 
- Eclipsing binaries from the CSTRA project at Dome A 
- Discovery of multiple pulsations in the new detal Scuti star HD 92277: Asteroseismology from Dome A, Antarctica