I am a master student in department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science at UC Berkeley. I am equally interested in exploring
machine learning algorithms with strong mathematical and statistical
foundations, and in developing practical solutions and toolkits to
solve real-world data science challenges.
Check out About page for more details.
I love to explore cool ideas and deploy them in real-world applications.
I have maintained a portfolio of some of my projects in computational
photography, machine learning, optimization, visualization, finance, and
architecture. Check out
Projects page for more details.
At Berkeley, I taught and led staff teams in several quantitative courses,
including Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory,
Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems,
Optimization Models and Applications, and
Linear Modeling Theory and Applications. Check out
Resources page for more details.
I enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities. Live in the sunshine,
swim in the sea, and drink the wild air. I love camping and backpacking,
and use my GoPro and Spark to capture those exciting moments. Check out
Moments page for more details.