I am a Postdoc fellow at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTIC), hosted by Avrim Blum and Greg Shakhnarovich. Before joining TTIC, I completed my Ph.D. degree in 2019 with wonderful 4-year study at Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University. I was fortunate to be co-advised by Maria-Florina Balcan and David P. Woodruff. Before joining CMU, I graduated from Peking University in 2015, working with Zhouchen Lin and Chao Zhang. My research interests broadly include theories and applications of machine learning and algorithms, such as adversarial defenses and attacks, non-convex/convex optimization, deep learning, low-rank subspace recovery, noise-tolerant active learning, property testing, and compressed sensing.
Ph.D. in Machine Learning, 2015-2019
Carnegie Mellon University
MSc in Intelligence Science and Technology, 2012-2015