I am an incoming MSCS student at Stanford University. I graduated from the University of Toronto in June 2021. I also study a little statistics and mathematics because mathematics is the foundation of statistics, and statistics is the foundation of all subjects. I found the area of machine learning fascinating and essential to the current innovation process of both the academic and industry world. Recently, I also became interested in software development. You are welcome to contact me and start a conversation if you have a similar interest.
In Project X ML research competition 2020, I led the UofT team to develop this new architecture of neural ordinary differential equations which learns the dynamics of time-series with multiple predictors, and demonstrated its effectiveness on infectious disease datasets.
I presented this work with my teammate on the UofT AI Conference in January 2021. UofT has multiple news articles about our story:
I explored how the U.S. general public responds to breaking news in COVID-19 pandemic with the BERT model.
I developed an open-source Android Game Platform that contains 3 games together with my classmates.
2017 - 2021
Finished Computer Science specialist, Statistics major and Mathematics minor programs. My cGPA during the undergraduate studies is 3.98/4.00.
2014 - 2017
Established in 1929, one of the most famous and the most competitive high schools in Shaanxi Province of China.
Alongside my interests in CS, some of my other interests and hobbies are: