About Me

I am a fifth-year graduate student working with Prof. Fan Chung Graham in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). I obtained my B.Sc. degree from the Nanjing University with major in Information and Computational Science in 2004. After my undergraduate study, I spent three years in Chinese Academy of Sciences and received my M.Sc degree in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2007.


My research interests are in the mathematical theory behind large real-world networks, including social networks, information networks and the World Wide Web. As such, my interests span mathematical and algorithmic problems in areas such as network routing and partitioning, spectral graph theory, random walks, and PageRank. Also, my research also concerns algorithmic and complexity issues of combinatorial optimization problems arising from computer-aid design.

Work and Research Experience

2011 June - September, AdSense, Google Inc, Mountain View.

  • Software Intern - Quality analysis on predictive targeting advertising.
  • 2010 June - September, Nokia research center, Palo Alto.
  • Software Intern - Applications development for personalized motion gesture recognition.
  • 2009 June - September, Bell laboratories, Murray Hill.
  • Research Intern - Network routing and scheduling protocols.
  • TA Courses

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