I am a researcher at NEC Laboratories America and part of the Optical Networking & Sensing team. Before that, I was a postdoctoral associate at Duke Department of Statistical Science, working with David Dunson. My research interest lies in the intersection of Machine Learning, Statistics and Signal Processing, with a particular focus on probabilistic modeling and approximate Bayesian inference for high dimensional and complex data. My Ph.D. advisor was Lawrence Carin.
Ph.D. in Machine Learning
M.S. in Statistical Science
M.S. in Signal Processing
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
B.S. in Electrical Engineering
I received the Charles Rowe Vail Memorial Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from Duke University in 2013 - 2014