I am fifth year PhD student at the Courant Institute. I am interested in probability theory, statistics, mathematical physics and neuroscience. This is my e-mail and PGP public key. My office number is 830.
I believe in the value of rigorous, proof based approach both in natural and social sciences, and I am particularly interested in natural science foundational research with mathematical approach based on first principals. Neural learning and machine learning techniques were one of the side interests in my PhD research.
Mathematical Statistics, Spring 2019
Recitations take place Fridays 2pm to 3:15pm in WWH 201 for Thomas Leblé's class and 3:30pm to 4:45pm in WWH 312 for Yisong Yang's class. Please note that the two recitations are not completely interchangeable.
Office hours are Tuesdays 2pm to 3pm in WWH 805 and Fridays 5:15pm to 6:15pm in WWH 524. Please send me an email by end the of Monday if you'd like to come to the Tuesdays office hour.
Optional coding homework:
- A .cvs file with a list of 4000 zeros and ones was created using the Python 3 code. Here is a short description.
Probability seminar (undergrad/master), Fall 2018
Dates and location: Mon. 6pm to 7:30pm (09/17 through 12/10) in WWH 805.
Theory of Probability, Summer 2018
Analysis, Spring 2017
Changes in the pdf's are shown in red.
Mathematical Statistics, Spring 2017
Stochastic Calculus, Summer 2016