I am a fourth year Ph.D. student in Statistics at University of Michigan. My research interests include statistical network analysis, high-dimensional data and statistical learning. My advisors are
Professor Elizaveta Levina and Professor
Can M. Le, Roman Vershynin. Concentration and regularization of random graphs. arXiv:1506.00669, 2015.
Can M. Le, Elizaveta Levina, Roman Vershynin. Sparse random graphs: regularization and concentration of the Laplacian. arXiv:1502.03049, 2015.
Can M. Le, Elizaveta Levina, Roman Vershynin. Optimization via low-rank approximation for community detection in networks. Annals of Statistics, to appear.
Can M. Le. On Subspace-Hypercyclic Operators. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. (139) 2847-2852, 2011.
Can M. Le. Banach space of functions with the uniform Dini property. Kharkov National University Vestnik. (828) 185-196, 2008.
Lab instructor for STATS 250, Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis, 2011 and 2012.
Instructor for MATH 11010, Algebra for Calculus, 2010 and 2011.
Co-chair of Statistics Student Seminar Series, Fall 2012 and Winter 2013.