I am a fourth year Ph.D student in the theory group of Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. I am honored to be adviced by Prof. Ran Raz. I am broadly interested in theoretical computer science, especially in complexity theory and computational geometry. Currently I am particularly interested in studying the power and limitations of space-bounded computations, and time-space tradeoffs.
Before coming to Princeton, I spent the spring of 2016 in the University of Michigan working with Prof. Seth Pettie. I received my Bachelor's Degree from IIIS at Tsinghua University, where I was advised by Prof. Jian Li.
I served as a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:
COS 445 - Economics and Computation (Spring 2020)
COS 340 - Reasoning about Computation (Spring 2019)
Department of Computer Science
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Email: weizhan [at] cs [dot] princeton [dot] eduLast Updated: Nov. 2020.