I am a second year (2020-21) PhD student in Statistical Science at Southern Methodist University in Texas.  I received my Master and Bachelor’s degree in applied math and statistics at State University of New York at Stony Brook.
My current research interests include Machine Learning methods applications, such as NLP and images classification, statistical methods, and dimension reduction techniques. Moreover, I worked for Dr. Bahou and finished the statistical analysis part on paper Ontogenetic Differences Between Neonatal and Adult Platelets during my graduate program.
I am so excited to learn about ACTNext’s mission to help students strengthen their ability in learning and writing so that they can achieve success both in education and workplace in the future.
Also, I do believe, with a more advanced and intelligent engine, people can communicate more effectively and efficiently in writing.
I cannot wait to work with the advanced CRASE+ team and make my contributions!