Duzhe Peter Wang

 Ph.D. Candidate
 Department of Statistics
 University of Wisconsin-Madison
 1245 Medical Sciences Center
 1300 University Ave
 Madison, WI 53706
 Email: duzhe[at]stat.wisc.edu



Background

I am currently a second-year Ph.D. student at the Department of Statistics, UW-Madison and I am fortunate to be advised by Professor Garvesh Raskutti. I grew up in a beautiful city in eastern China, Jinhua, Zhejiang. After graduating from Jilin University located in Changchun, China with a BS in mathematics in Spring 2013, I moved to the lovely town of Gainesville in Florida and received a MS in mathematics from the University of Florida in Spring 2015.

My CV and resume are available upon request. Welcome to follow me on Linkedin and Github

Research

My current research interests broadly include high-dimensional statistical inference,large-scale machine learning and optimization. I am also interested in statistical applications to finance, social network and biology.

Details of my current and past work are under construction.

Teaching

  • Spring 2017: STAT641(Graduate-level), Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials, Teaching Assistant
  • Spring 2017: STAT311, Mathematical Statistics, Teaching Assistant
  • Summer 2016: STAT371, Introductory Applied Statistics for the Life Sciences, Teaching Assistant
  • Spring 2016: STAT327, R programming and STAT479, Statistical Machine Learning, Teaching Assistant
  • Fall 2016, Fall 2015: STAT324, Introductory Applied Statistics for Engineers, Teaching Assistant
  • Summer 2015: MGF1107, Math for LS Majors, Lecturer
  • Summer 2014: MAC2311, Calculus, Lecturer
  • Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015: MAC2311, Calculus, Teaching Assistant
  • Fall 2013: MAC1147, Precalculus, Teaching Assistant


  • Links

  • Machine Learning at UW-Madison
  • Statistics Serminar Information at UW-Madison
  • The weekly SILO Seminar Series
  • AIRG, a group of graduate students discussing machine learning at UW-Madison
  • Simply Statistics
  • TED, Ideas worth spreading