About Me

I’m currently a fifth-year Ph.D. student at Computer Sciences Department of University of Wisconsin-Madison, advised by Prof. Xiaojin Zhu. Before joining UW-Madison, I was an undergraduate student at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, advised by Prof. Kun He.

My research interest lies in machine learning, especially adversarial machine learning and sequential decision making such as multi-armed bandit and reinforcement learning. I am also interested in solving real-world problems related to recommendation systems, search ranking, deep learning, unsupervised learning (e.g., dimensionality reduction and clustering), differential privacy, trust-worthy AI, machine teaching, and optimization.

Very recently, I have been working on adversarial attacks of sequential decision making process. Check out a line of my publications on attacking Sequential Control System (AAAI21), Online Reinforcement Learning (ICML20), Batch Reinforcement Learning (NeurIPS19), Contextual Bandit (GameSec18), and Stochastic Bandit (NeurIPS18).

A copy of my CV can be found here.

I have recently graduated. Please check out my thesis Adversarial Attacks in Sequential Decision Making and Control.