Yu-Xiang Wang's Homepage

Yu-Xiang Wang 王宇翔

PhD Student, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Address: GHC-8120, Gates Hillman Complex, 4902 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

E-mail: yuxiangw AT cs.cmu.edu

I'm on the job market this spring.
[Curriculum Vitae] [Research Statement]

Yu-Xiang is pronounced approximately as ['ju:'ʃi:ʌŋ], namely, y~eu~ee - sh~ih~ah~ng .


Hello! Welcome to my homepage. I am a PhD student at Machine Learning Department, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. I work with Stephen Fienberg, Alex Smola, Ryan Tibshirani and Jing Lei on a variety of topics in machine learning, optimization and statistics. My recent interests include locally adaptive nonparametric regression, differential privacy, adaptive data analysis, subspace clustering and various ways to scale learning algorithms to big data.

Prior to joining CMU, I had two wonderful years working with Huan Xu (on matrix factorization and subspace clustering) and Loong-Fah Cheong (on practical/robust matrix completion and structure from motion) at National University of Singapore. Even before that, I was an FYP student in Prof. Ben M. Chen's UAV group, where I spent a good part of a year building intelligent indoor rotorcrafts.

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