Tsinghua UniversityAug. 2013 - Jul. 2017 (Expected)
Department of Automation
Bachelor of Engineering
GPA: 93 / 100   Ranking: 1st / 118
Since Fall 2015, I have been working at Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, advised by Prof. Longbo Huang. In 2015, I worked in Institute of System Engineering, advised by Prof. Jianming Hu. In Spring 2016, I visited Imperial College London and worked at Centre for Transport Studies, advised by Prof. Ke Han. In Summer 2016, I was fortunate enough to be selected into Stanford UGVR program and worked as a research assistant in Information Systems Laboratory, advised by Prof. Ayfer Özgür.
My research interests lie in network optimization, information theory and intelligent transportation.
News: I will join MIT LIDS for graduate study and research in 2017 fall!
In wireless communication, some relays can be turned off while the optimal capacity still holds. We can apply traversing search approach to find the trimmed network, but its time cost might be unbearable. To solve the problem, we thoroughly study and rigorously prove properties of layered Gaussian relay network. We then develop and implement an algorithm that can find optimal global subnetwork exponentially faster.
Aiming at improving VMS (variable message sign) display strategy, we formulate transportation network model with feedback scheme. We then design optimization algorithm with linear decision rule and heuristic optimization approach. A simulation case study is conducted on a real-world test network in China, which shows the advantage of the proposed adaptive VMS display strategy.