My name is Tsang Keung Chan, in Chinese characters, 陳增強. 陳 is my last name and 增強 are my first name, meaning strengthening.
I am a post-doctoral research associate at the Institute of Computation Cosmology, Durham University. I was a graduate student at the University of California, San Diego, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. I specialize in galaxy simulations and numerical techniques. See my CV for more.
Apart from work, I am a regular badminton player, bookworm, and gym goer. I also enjoy playing cello, since I used to be a cello player in the Chinese orchestra in my high school (unfortunately, there are not many low-pitched Chinese musical instruments). I am also fascinated by historical sites, natural wonders, and regional cuisines. Check out my Instagram for more travel photos and my Goodreads for my book recommendation.
I have also contributed to many outreach programs, e.g. featured in the Introductory Video on the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2021.