Yige Hong's Personal Page

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My name is Yige Hong, I'm a first-year second-year third-year fourth-year Ph.D. student at Computer Science Department of Carnegie Mellon University. I'm extremely fortunate to be advised by Professor Weina Wang . I work on the performance analysis and optimal control of complex stochastic system like multiserver jobs, G/G/k model, stochastic bin-packing, and restless bandits. A particular emphasis of my work is understanding those systems at a large scale, as motivated by the needs of data centers and other large service systems. I use stochastic analysis tools like Lyapunov functions, coupling, and Stein's method to design scalable control policies with provable guarantees. Here is my CV (last updated on Nov.18th, 2023).

Prior to starting my Ph.D., I was an undergrad student at Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (CUHKSZ). I graduated from their math major with a Bachelor of Science Degree.

Email: yigeh_at_andrew_dot_cmu_dot_edu

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