Personal Introduction

I am Yuhao Wang, a Ph.D. student at Laboratory For Information & Decision Systems (MIT) with Professor Caroline Uhler as my supervisor.

Before coming to MIT, I did my bachelor in Tsinghua University and did some undergraduate research projects with Professor Jianyang Zeng (Tsinghua University), Professor Liwei Wang (Peking University) and Professor Ting Chen (Tsinghua University & University of Southern California).

I also did a summer internship during my undergraduate career in the beautiful Pittsburgh advised by Professor Ziv Bar-Joseph in Carnegie Mellon University.

Before joining Caroline's group, I also finished by master under the advisory of Professor Bonnie Berger working on developing computational methods for biological data analysis.


Research Focus

My primary research is causal inference, more specifically, I am interested in understanding the consistency guarantee of causal inference algorithms under high-dimensional setting. It requires the marriage of most recent advances in combinatorics, graph theory and high-dimensional statistics. I am also trying to explore other fields in algebraic statistics.


Contact

yuhaow at mit dot edu