Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Department of Mathematics
Office: WWH 709
Short BioI am a Ph.D. candidate in applied mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. My advisor is Professor Mehryar Mohri. Before coming to Courant Institute, I received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in mathematics and computer science from University of Toronto. I have also spent last two summers at Google Research, working on anomaly detection in time series and large-scale language modeling.
Research InterestsMy current research interest is machine learning theory with practical impact. Within machine learning, my recent focus is on time series analysis and ensemble methods. More generally, I am interested in probability theory, theoretical computer science and optimization.
AcknowledgmentsI thank National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada for recognizing my work and supporting my research via Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship. I am also grateful to the Courant Institute for their support via McCracken Fellowship.
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