I am a Hakka born Postdoctoral Researcher at the Carnegie Mellon University after receiving a Ph.D. degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. I am also an Associate Member at the Te Ipu o te Mahara Artificial Intelligence Institute and a Visiting Scientist at National Institutes of Health. The main focus of my research is on designing machine learning algorithms that have theoretical performance guarantees and social consciousness. Read about my research.
I will be joining Michigan Tech CS as an Assistant Professor and am looking for motivated PhD students.
Masters, interns (including remote) and visiting scholars are equally well welcome.
During my previous studies, I also spent time at L3S Research Center, University of Milano-Bicocca, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Télécom Paris and George Mason University. I had four Stendhal syndrome years in Beijing and Tianjin before starting my study abroad in Newfoundland, where it snowed in June (not anymore due to global warming).
Outside of research, I enjoy watching and playing all kinds of sports especially soccer. I had the experience of my life at Kaliningrad Stadium cheering the 2018 World Cup. I ran my very first Marathon at Virginia Beach credit to November Project. Finally, I believe Manchester is red.