I am currently a Ph.D. candidate from the Department of Statistics , Pennsylvania State University, expecting to graduate in 2021. My advisor is Dr. Runze Li .

I obtained my Bachelor degree from School of Statistics, Renmin University of China in 2016.

I am also a member of Capital of Statistics.

My research interests origins in high dimensional data analysis, with particular applications on independence test, online learning, causal inference, and social network.

Online Sufficient Dimension Reduction Through Sliced Inverse Regression. Under review at Journal of Machine Learning Research

A Consistent Independence Test via Projected Mutual Information. Submitted

A Fast Conditional Independence Measure with Application to Causal Discovery. Submitted

Causal Inference for High Dimensional Mediation Models

Differentially Private Data Synthesization with Oracle Efficiency

Dynamic Social Network via Functional Data Analysis

Teaching Experience

STAT 200 (Elementary Statistics), Instructor, Summer 2017

STAT 500 (Introduction to Statistics), Teaching Assistant, Fall 2018

STAT 401 (Experiment Design and Methods), Instructor, Spring 2019

STAT 414 (Introduction to Probability Theory), Instructor, Summer 2019

Presentations

Online learning for sufficient dimension reduction. The 12th China-R Conference. Beijing, China. May, 2019

A Consistent Independence Test via Projected Mutual Information. The 2019 Joint Statistical Meeting. Denver, CO. July, 2019

A Fast Conditional Independence Measure with Application to Causal Discovery. SMAC Talk, Penn State. State College, PA. Sep, 2019