Shuai Shao(邵帅)

University of Wisconsin-Madison, PhD Student
Research Interests: Complexity Theory, Information Theory, Cryptography

I am a 3rd year PhD student advised by Prof. Jin-Yi Cai. Before coming to UW-Madison, I was a research assistant in the Lab of Electromagnetic Space Information, supervised by Prof. Honggang Hu.

I received my B.Sc. (Hons) degree in June 2014, from the School of the Gifted Young, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). I was one of the twelve students who completed the HUA Loo-Keng Talent Program in Mathematics (Honors Program) in 2014.

My CV (updated on 12/2017)


Teaching Experience 

  • TA: Numerical Methods (CS412), UW-Madison.     Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015

  • TA: Introduction to Algorithms (CS577), UW-Madison.     Summer 2017

  • TA: Matrix Analysis and Its Applications (INY5101), USTC.     Fall 2014

  • TA: Linear Algebra (00151903), USTC.     Spring 2013

Awards and Honors 

  • Departmental Summer RA Award, UW-Madison.    Summer 2016

  • Excellent Bachelor's Thesis Prize  (top 5%), USTC.    June 2014

  • Excellent National Undergraduate Innovation Project Prize  (top 5%), USTC.  May 2014

  • Excellent Undergraduate Research Project Prize (top 5%), USTC.    Oct. 2013

  • First Prize in Chinese Undergraduate Mathematics Contest, Chinese Mathematical Society.    Nov. 2012

  • First Prize in Chinese High School Students Mathematics Contest, Chinese Mathematical Society. Nov. 2009

  • National Elite Program in Fundamental Sciences (Mount Everest Program) Scholarship, USTC. 2011 -2014