B.E. in Computer Science
I am interested in competitive programming. During my undergraduate life in Beijing Forestry University, , I founded BFU ACM-ICPC Club in Beijing Forestry University, where I had a great time with a bunch of awesome people with the same interest.
M.S. in Computer Science
You can feel an atomsphere of EECS any where on Campus.
My co-workers are outstanding experts in their area,
from whom I really learned a lot.
I joined the Public Speaking Club in BUPT to practice my English and public speaking, where I met many people from different majors and backgrounds.
Ph.D. in Computer Science
In Texas A&M University, I am not in any student organization or club. I am devoting all my energy into research. During my study, I developed AutoKeras, which became the official AutoML API of Keras. I am getting involved in the open-source community on GitHub, and contributed code to Tensorflow and Keras.
Mountain View, CA, Summer 2019
New API design and implementation of AutoKeras.
Implemented HyperBand and Bayesian optimization tuner in KerasTuner.
Santa Monica, CA, Summer 2016
Built a tool to automatically identify faked advertisement views.
Developed a full-stack data processing pipeline rerunning tool.
When I was in BFU, I actively participated in ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) and won the very first ICPC medal in BFU history. I won three bronze medal in total.
I founded a student organization with my friends for preparing for ACM-ICPC. The work includes lecturing, promoting, and collaborating with other universities.
I started to participate in National Olympiad in Informatics in Provinces (NOIP) from high school. Won the First Prize in Jilin province in my third year.
During my Ph.D. study, I created an AutoML system based on Keras. It is now the official AutoML interface for Keras.
I contributed to TensorFlow during my summer internship at Google. Fixed some bugs in the predict function of TensorFlow Model.
I am a member of the organization of keras-team on GitHub. I contributed to Keras, KerasTuner.