UW-Madison Statistics Family, Burrows Park, Mid-Autumn Festival 2017
Young statisticians, Burrows Park, Mid-Autumn Festival 2017
Capital Madison at dusk, July 2017
Pixu's baby shower, BioTech, May 2017
(Left) Rene, Ye, Sunyoung, Cony, Anru (new Dad),
Pixu (new Mom), Sunduz, Yury, Duy, Fan, Kylie (right)
Statistics Family, UW-Madison, Mid-Autumn Festival 2016
Lake Mendota, Daytime vs. Dust
UW-Madison Campus, Summer 2016
ZJUers @ CSST 2015
(Left) Yuqing, Lifeng, Ziming, Liujia, Yandi, Fan, Kuan,
Shun, Yingzhu, Rita, Yubin, Xin, Peng (right), Zhe (bottom)
Thapae Gate, Thailand, 2016
I am a Ph.D. student in Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, under the supervision of Professor Karl Rohe and Professor Sunduz Keles. Prior to entering current program, I completed my B.S. in Mathematics at Zhejiang University in July 2016, where I studied with Professor Kangsheng Liu and Professor Zhiyi Tan.
My research interests include network analysis and computational genomics. Some of the outcomes can be found on my GitHub. I grew up in the lovely city of Fuzhou, follow me on Instagram to explore more!
Broadly, they are network anaylysis and computational genomics.
In particular, my initial training project focused on key palyers identification in networks (especially social networks). Later on, I moved on to community detection (clustering) and inference on networks. Recently, learning (genes/proteins) regulatory networks has become one of my favorite topics as well.
Chen, F., Amini, A. Variational EM approaches for covariate-assisted stochastic block models. Los Angeles, 2015. [pdf]
Chen, F., Li, X. The influence factors in complex reply networks. Hangzhou, 2015.
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