About Me

I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Statistics & Data Science at Yale University, working with Professor Zhuoran Yang. I obtained my PhD degree in Computer Science from University of Virginia, advised by Professor Hongning Wang.

Research Interest

I am broadly interested in machine learning and decision making, with a special focus on online learning problems like contextual multi-armed bandits. My current research interest is in designing provably efficient solutions to multi-agent contextual bandits, with consideration of collaborative learning, non-stationary reward distribution, privacy and communication efficiency under distributed setting.