I am a Ph.D. candidate at Machine Learning Lab of Computer Science & Engineering at PSU. I am incredibly fortunate to have Dan Kifer as my advisor. My research interests include data privacy, machine learning and networking.
I am an intelligent, fun and easygoing human being who happens to enjoy coding. In the past five years, I have worked on data privacy, private data analysis and query price. My research results are published at top conference including VLDB, SIGMOD and PODS. I worked on theory as well as on applications. The theory serves as justification of design principles of solutions to practical problems. In this way, our solutions outperform state-of-the-art approaches. Beside research, I enjoy snowboarding, skating, hockey, hiking and swimming.