I am a Ph. D. student major in applied mathematics and statistics at Stanford, advised by Andrea Montanari. Before coming to California, I studied Mathematics at Peking University.
My research interest lies broadly in data sciences, say, in the intersection of applied probability, statistics, machine learning, information theory, and computations. A plenty amount of my research intuitions come from statistical physics literature.
Currently, I am interested in non-convex geometry in high dimensional statistics, approximate Bayesian inferences, and applied random matrix theory.
My research is partly supported by Stanford Graduate Fellowship. Here is my CV.