Department of Computer Science
University of Chicago
Office: JCL 317
Phone: please use email instead
I am an assistant professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago. Previously, I was a postdoctoral scholar in Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Caltech, hosted by Prof. Yisong Yue. I received my Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, under the supervision of Prof. Andreas Krause. My research interest lies broadly in probabilistic reasoning and machine learning. I am currently working on developing interactive machine learning systems that involve active learning, sequential decision making, interpretable models and machine teaching. You can find more information in my Google scholar profile.
February 17, 2022: Giving a talk at the UChicago CAM Colloquium. January 3, 2022: Giving a talk at ISAIM'22. July 6, 2020: Giving an invited talk at the Optimizing Human Learning workshop. May 18, 2020: Giving a talk at the UChicago Statistics Colloquium. January 29, 2020: Giving a talk at Argonne National Laboratory. November 22, 2019: Giving a talk at IPAM Workshop at UCLA. November 4, 2019: Giving a talk at TTIC Colloquium. October 24, 2019: My introductory profile at UChicagoCS by Rob Mitchum. October 4, 2019: New research project opening; apply here. September 4, 2019: Three papers accepted by NeurIPS'19. May 1, 2019: Starting Fall 2019, I will be joining UChicago CS as an assistant professor. February 14, 2019: Co-organizing the 2nd Caltech AI4Science workshop. August 1, 2018: Co-organizing the Caltech AI4Science inaugural workshop. Check out details here.