I am a Post-doc working at the Beijing Institute of Technology. I acquired my PhD at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge (affiliated with Corpus Christi College), supervised by Professor Jon Crowcroft.
I am interested in various research topics, including numerical computation, high performance computing, machine learning, and their application in the real world. I have been actively participating in the development of Owl, a scientific computing library that is widely used in the OCaml community, as a main developer. Currently I focus on developing a symbolic library based on Owl, and leading Owl’s tutorial book.
I am always glad to face new challenges. I have been practising Kendo in the University of Cambridge Kendo Society for three years. I have also participated in the STIMULUS programme as volunteer to assist teaching computer science to pupils in local schools.