About me

I am now a research assistant professor at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTIC). I received PhD in Computer Science at Northwestern University in 2023, advised by Prof. Konstantin Makarychev. Before that, I was an undergrad in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Fudan University, where I was advised by Prof. Zhongzhi Zhang.

Research Interest

I have a broad interest in various aspects of theoretical computer science and mathematics. My research interests include approximation algorithms, graph theory, and algorithmic game theory. The aim of my research is to design algorithms for data analysis and decision-making in real-world problems. I currently focus on clustering and graph partitioning problems.