I received bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Chicago in 2017. During my senior year at the college, I also worked with Prof. Mikael Kuusela under the supervision of Prof. Michael L. Stein.
Here is my CV.
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2019 - present
B.A. in Mathematics; B.A. in Statistics, 2017
University of Chicago
[27 Oct 2021] I presented “Fast quantum state tomography via accelerated non-convex programming” at INFORMS 2021.
[20 Oct 2021] Our paper “Acceleration and Stability of the Stochastic Proximal Point Algorithm” has been accepted for a spotlight presentation at NeurIPS 2021 Workshop on Optimization for Machine Learning.
[24 Jul 2021] I am co-organizing a workshop “Beyond first-order methods in ML systems” in ICML 2021. (Co-organizers: Albert S. Berahas, Raghu Bollapragada, Rixon Crane, Amir Gholami, Anastasios Kyrillidis, Michael Mahoney, Fred Roosta, and Rachael Tappenden).
[14 Apr 2021] Our paper “Fast quantum state tomography via accelerated non-convex programming” is on arXiv. A relevant blog post can be found here. This work was also featured in this article.