Academic Positions:
 Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University (Spring 2019).
 Full Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester (2016Now).
 Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester (2009 2016).
 Research Member, MSRI, Berkeley (Spring 2016).
 Research Member, Harvard University (Spring 2016  Postponed).
 Ruth I. Michler Fellow, Department of Mathematics, Cornell University (Spring 2015).
 Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University (Spring 2013).
 Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester (20062009).
 Research Member, Geometric Evolution Equations Program, MSRI, Berkeley (Winter 2007).
 Visiting Fellow, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University (Winter 2005).
 Research Member, MSRI, Berkeley (Winter 2004).
 Ralph Boas Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University (20022005).
 Research Scholar, Conformal Field Theory program, IPAM, UCLA (Fall 2001).
 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Cornell University (20002002).
 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University (19942000).
Special Honors:
 Member of Committee on Meetings and Conferences AMS, (2019  2022).
 Awardee of Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize, AWM, (2014  2015).
 NSF, Principal Investigator, Research Grant in Geometric Analysis, DMS1711178, “Manifolds with Special Holonomy and Applications”, $165K (2017  2020).
 NSF, Principal Investigator, Research Grant in Geometric Analysis, DMS1105663, “Geometry and Topology of Manifolds with Special Holonomy”, $127K (2011  2016).
 NSF, Principal Investigator, Research Grant in Geometric Analysis, DMS0805858, “Calibrations and Manifolds with Special Holonomy”, $117K (2008  2011).
 Invited leadorganizer “Women in Geometry Conference, Calibrated Geometries Workshop”, BANFF Research Center, British Columbia, Canada, 1  6 November, 2015.

Invited speaker at 2014 ICM Satellite Conference on “Real and Complex Submanifolds” and the 18th International Workshop on Differential Geometry, NIMS, Daejeon, Korea, August 10  12, 2014.
 Chair of Joint AMSSIAMMAA Committee on Employment Opportunities, Spring 2014  Spring 2015.
 Plenary Speaker, Blaine Lawson’s 70th Birthday Conference at SUNY Stony Brook, Oct. 2012.
Research Interests:
Differential geometry, geometric analysis and mathematical physics. In particular, high dimensional complex geometry and singularity theory, manifolds with special holonomy and calibrated geometry, deformation and elliptic theory on noncompact manifolds, supersymmetry and CalabiYau manifolds, special Lagrangian submanifolds and the applications in mirror symmetry, associative and coassociative submanifolds of G_2 manifolds and the connections with MTheory.
Memberships:
 American Mathematical Society
 Association For Women in Mathematics
Teaching Experience:
 University of Rochester, 2006Now
 Princeton University, Spring 2013
 Northwestern University, 20022006
 Cornell University, 20002002
 Michigan State University, 19942000