My interests are somehow broad but I am focusing on Machine Learning theory. I am also interested in Computer Vision, Robotics, Natrual Language Processing, Symbolic Reasoning, Programming Languages and Math/CS Problem Solving.
Back Then, I was Young and Fresh
This section is a brief summary of my past and retired bios
In Spring 2019, I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from University of Washignton with a minor in Mathematics after spending two and a half year in undergrad.
I started working in the RSE Lab from 2017 to 2019, where I researched on multi-tasking vision model for robotics perception, with Tanner Schmidt, under the supervision of Dieter Fox. In the Summer of 2019, I worked at Facebook as a Software Engineering intern, where I prototyped distributed systems for large scale Machine Learning services. In the Summer of 2018, I joined the SAMPL group, where I was working on Relay, part of the TVM project, with Jared Roesch and Zachary Tatlock. In the Summer of 2015, I attended the RSI Tsinghua program, where I worked with Jun Zhu on Dirichlet Process Mixture Model, a topic in Bayesian Nonparametrics. Here's my project report. In the Summer of 2014, I worked with Dr. Fei Tian at Microsoft Research Asia. I extended the Multi-Prototype Word Embedding model with joining in Part of Speech Tagging. Check out the press article if you understand Chinese Characters.
TA CSE 546: Graduate Machine Learning (Autumn 2018)
TA CSE 341: Introduction to Programming Languages (Winter 2018)
CSE 546: Graduate Machine Learning (Autumn 2017)
Worked on both discriminative and generative deep learning models with limited amount of biological images
We are anticipating to submit our paper for review soon
- Best Project Award in class
CSE 517: Graduate Natrual Language Processing (Spring 2018)
CSE 599Z: Accurate Computing (Advanced Grad, Spring 2017)
Made a mini motion planner of 3D printing extrusion path
Employed Normalized Advantage Function model (Deep Reinforcement Learning)
CSE 473: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Autumn 2017)
The Pacman Project was really fun. You should try it out if haven't already
CSE 421: Introduction to Algorithms (Autumn 2017)
LING 461/462: Syntax I/II (Summer 2017)
Last updated: September 1, 2019