I am an assistant professor in Operations, Technology, and Information Management at Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. I obtained my Ph.D in Operations Research from Cornell ORIE, advised by Professor Nathan Kallus at Cornell Tech. Prior to that, I obtained my B.S. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and B.A. in Economics from Peking University.
My research lies at the intersection of machine learning, stochastic optimization, and statistics. Specifically, I study the statistical limits of data-driven decision-making, working to understand when and how we can design fast and reliable personalized algorithms. My works draw inspiration from important real-world applications, including healthcare and online platforms.