I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Princeton University, extremely fortunate to be advised by Prof. Sanjeev Arora.
I have spent some wonderful time at Google AI and X as a student researcher. I am sincerely honored to be a recipient of the Wallace Memorial Fellowship in Engineering, one of the highest awards of the Graduate School at Princeton.
My research concentrates on Theoretical Machine Learning. I am broadly interested in theory and empirics for machine learning, with a focus on understanding the empirical success of deep learning from a theoretical perspective.
I obtained my Bachelor's degrees from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
As part of our group culture, I spend a significant amount of time making and enjoying coffee :-)
Sanjeev Arora, Yi Zhang
Yi Zhang, Guy Gur-Ari
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Blog posts featuring my works
Teaching Assistant for COS 324 Intro to Machine Learning, Fall 2018.
Teaching Assistant for COS 445 Economics and Computation, Spring 2019