Sequoia Hall 238
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Stanford, CA 94305

I am a fifth-year Ph.D. student in the Stanford Statistics Department, advised by Emmanuel Candès. In 2011, I received a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Economics (minor) from Peking University. I have spent three summers as an intern at Microsoft Research (Beijing, 2010; Redmond, 2013; and Silicon Valley, 2014).

I am broadly interested in high-dimensional statistics, convex optimization, and applied probability. My main focus is to develop and analyze model selection procedures that address challenges arising from high dimensionality, multicollinearity, and various forms of constraints in modern data analysis.