About me

I am a Research Scientist at Meta. My research interest lies broadly in machine learning and algorithms, especially in the area of privacy-preserving data analysis. Specifically, I am interested in studying the trade-off between privacy and other resources when performing fundamental statistical tasks.

I obtained my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University, where I was extremely fortunate to be advised by Prof. Jayadev Acharya.

In Summer 2020, I was working as a Research Scientist Intern at Facebook, where I was extremely lucky to work with Meisam Hejazi Nia, and Ilya Mironov. In Summer 2019, I was working as a Research Intern at Microsoft Research, where I was very fortunate to work with Janardhan Kulkarni.

I spent four wonderful years at Peking University before Cornell, graduating in 2016 with a degree in Electronics Engineering and Economics. At Peking University, I was extremely lucky to be advised by Prof. Lingyang Song.