Ph.D. student, since 2013 fall
jxy198 [at] ist.psu.edu
Room 310, IST Building
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
I am now a Ph.D. candidate at College of Information Science and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University. I work with Prof. James Z. Wang and Prof. Jia Li at IIS research lab. I received my B.Sc. degree in Mathematics from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).
- Learning in Wasserstein space (theory and practice)
- Optimal transport and matching for pattern recognition
- Human computation (crowdsourcing, active learning) for interdisciplinary studies
Past research and project experiences characterizes me as a machine learning practitioner who develops data-driven models to solve domain problems of different data — including images/videos, documents, sequences, 3D meshes, crowdsourced data, educational data — with an emphasis of mathematical rigor.