Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan
I am a Ph.D. Candidate at the Univerisity of Michigan, department of mathematics. Before Ph.D., I had a M.S. degree in the AIM program at the U of M. I was once the organizer of AIM student seminar in fall 2012 and the secretary of SIAM chapter at University of Michigan in Fall 2011 and Winter 2012. I had my undergraduat degree in Peking University, China, in 2011.
My research interest is in high dimensional probability, especially in non-asymptotic random matrix theory and its applications. My Ph.D advisor is Professor Mark Rudelson. Currently, I am working on the non-asymptotic distribution of eigenvalues and eigenvectors for random matrices, especially for sparse random matrices.
During my master's study, I worked on two research projects. One project was on distributed time delay systems supervised by Professor Galip A. Ulsoy and Professor Gabor Orosz both in the mechanical engineering department at U of M. The second project was in combinatorics supervised by Professor Jonah Blasiak. More about my research and publications, see HERE.
I have broad interests and backgrounds in other areas. In my undergraduate, I majored in mathematics with a double major in economics. Except for that, I took about 20 courses in computer science and physics. Especially, coding is my favorite. Here you may find some coding samples and interesting projects. Recently, I am looking for machine learning or data mining projects that are related to my current research.
We may found a lot in common if you like the following stuff:
- Long distance bicycling.
- Self-driving tour.
- Tabletop games
- Chinese food.