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    UW-Madison Statistics Family, Burrows Park, Mid-Autumn Festival 2017


    Statistics Family, UW-Madison, Mid-Autumn Festival 2017

    Young statisticians, Burrows Park, Mid-Autumn Festival 2017


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    Group meeting, summer 2017

    (Left) Karl, Fan, Yilin, Yulin, Muzhe, Song (right)


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    Capital Madison at dusk, July 2017


    PixuBabyShower_2017

    Pixu's baby shower, BioTech, May 2017

    (Left) Rene, Ye, Sunyoung, Cony, Anru (new Dad),
    Pixu (new Mom), Sunduz, Yury, Duy, Fan, Kylie (right)


    Statistics Family, UW-Madison, Mid-Autumn Festival 2016

    Statistics Family, UW-Madison, Mid-Autumn Festival 2016


    Lake Mendota, UW-Madison Daytime Lake Mendota, UW-Madison Dusk

    Lake Mendota, Daytime vs. Dust


    UW-Madison Campus

    UW-Madison Campus, Summer 2016


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    ZJUers @ CSST 2015

    (Left) Yuqing, Lifeng, Ziming, Liujia, Yandi, Fan, Kuan,
    Shun, Yingzhu, Rita, Yubin, Xin, Peng (right), Zhe (bottom)


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    Thapae Gate, Thailand, 2016

About

I am a Ph.D. student in Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, under the supervision of Professor Karl Rohe and Professor Sunduz Keles. Prior to entering current program, I completed my B.S. in Mathematics at Zhejiang University in July 2016, where I studied with Professor Kangsheng Liu and Professor Zhiyi Tan.

I grew up in the lovely city of Fuzhou. I study networks and genomics, among many things. Follow me on Instagram to see more!

Research

Interests

Broadly, I am interested in network analysis and computational genomics.

In particular, my initial training project focused on key palyers identification in (social) networks. Then, I started studying community detection (clustering) and inference on networks. Recently, learning (genes/proteins) regulatory networks has become one of my favorite topics as well.

Presentations

Chen, F., Amini, A. Variational EM approaches for Stochastic Block Model with covariates. Los Angeles, 2015. [poster]
Chen, F., Li, X. The influence factors in complex reply networks. Hangzhou, 2015. [slides]

Links

Machine Learning @ UW-Madison
Seminars Info: Statistics, Probability, Bioinformatics
ENCODE, short for Encyclopedia of DNA Elements

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