个人经历
教育背景
个人简介
I am a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS) at Harvard University.
I am also affiliated with the Theory of Computation Group, the EconCS Group, and Berkman center for Internet & Society.
Here at Harvard University, I work closely with Professor Michael Mitzenmacher and Professor David Parkes.
Before joining Harvard, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Brown University (CS and ICERM) where I had the fortune
to work with Professor Eli Upfal.

Research interests My main research interest lies in data-driven algorithmics and applications. Specifically, I am interested in the theoretical foundations of data science, and in applications involving data-driven discovery. Application domains I am interested in include social networks, the World Wide Web and healthcare. Big data analytics Methods, efficient algorithms, theory and implementations to analyze large datasets Single-pass streaming algorithms for real-time analytics Graphs and networks Theory: Graph theory, random graphs and graph algorithms Applications: Mining real-world datasets, including the Web graph, social networks and biological datasets Pattern theory Efficient optimization techniques Machine learning and data mining Bayesian probability theory