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.
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
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
TED, Ideas worth spreading