I am a Ph.D. student majoring in Computer Science at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. I obtained my B.Eng. majoring in CS at SJTU as a member of ACM Honors Class, which is an elite CS program at SJTU for the top 5% talented students.
- I am an undergraduate researcher, advised by Prof. Yanmin Zhu.
- Focus on urban computing and urban data mining.
- Conduct a comprehensive study on exploring.
- I am an research intern, advised by Prof. Jessie Li.
- Focus on “learning to simulate”, making the simulator closer to the real world.
- Try to use the combination of physic model and deep neural networks, for a good performance when the data is insufficient.
- I am an undergraduate researcher, advised by Prof. Weinan Zhang.
- Focus on improve the genaralization ability of traffic signal control models.
- Propose a novel meta-RL framework and conduct extensive experiments.
- I am an Ph.D. researcher, advised by Prof. Hongyuan Zha and Prof. Junchi Yan.
- Focus on utilizing machine learning methods to solve combinatorial optimization problems.
Generalized Traffic Signal Control System - We propose a novel meta-RL framework GeneraLight for traffic light signal control models, which can significantly improve their generalization ability to different environments.
Learning to Simulate - We focus on reducing the gap between simulator and the real world, finding solutions to different problems.
City Traffic Simulator - We Built a city traffic simulator, serving reinforcement learning algorithm as a multi-agent reinforcement learning environment.
Shared Bike System in Urban Computing - Focusing on transfer learning and spatial-temporal analysis in shared bike system, I wrote a paper proposing a model combined with principle component analysis, discrete wavelet transform and attention mechanism.
Mx Compiler - I designed a compiler implemented in Java from scratch, translating a Java-and-C-like language to NASM, and implemented optimizations for the compiler, faster than gcc O1 on some test sets.
Shor Algorithm - A simple implement of shor algorithm in quantum computing, written by a new quantum language called Q#.