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Post-doctoral Researchers

Chunfeng Cui, PhD    Google Scholar                       

Chunfeng received her PhD degree in Computational Math from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2016. After that, she spent one year at the City University of Hong Kong as a postdoc researcher, where she worked on optimization and tensor methods for hypergraph, computer vision and bioinformatics. She joined UCSB in Nov. 2017, and she is currently working on two topics: (1) uncertainty quantification for electronic and photonic design automation, (2) tensor methods for machine learning.

Publications: C16 (ICCAD 2018), C18 (EPEPS 2018)


Graduate Students

Cole Hawkins, PhD student in Math  Google Scholar

Cole received his B.A. degree in Mathematics from Amherst College, Amherst, MA, in 2016. He started his gradaute study in the Math Department at UCSB in 2016, and joined our group in Fall 2017. He is interested in tensor computation, uncertainty quantification, and Bayesian inference. 

Publications: C17 (ICDM 2018)

Ahmed Wahba, PhD student in ECE   Google Scholar

Ahmed received his BSc and MSc degrees in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt, in 2011 and 2014, respectively. He is a PhD student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at UCSB, and he has been co-advised by Prof. Zheng Zhang since Summer 2018. Ahmed is interested in semiconductor manufacturing yield data analytics. 

Huishan Chen, MSc student in ECE

Huishan received her B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UCSB in 2018. She joined us in Fall 2017 during her undergradaute study. Currently she is working towards her MSc degree, and she is interested in verification and control techniques for autonomous dynamic systems with uncertainties. 

Zichang He, MSc/PhD student in ECE  Google Scholar

Zichang received his B.Eng. degree in Detection, Guidance and Control Technology from the Northwestern Polytechnical University of China in 2018. He joined UCSB in fall 2018, and he is interested in uncertainty quantification and statistical inference for tensor computation.

Kaikai Liu, MSc/PhD student in ECE

Kaikai received his B.Sc. degree in Physics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in China in 2018. He joined UCSB in fall 2018, and he is interested in uncertainty-aware and data-driven techniques for design automation of integrated photonics. 

Kaiqi Zhang, PhD student in ECE

Kaiqi received his B.Eng degree in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University of China in 2016, and his MSc degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Davis in 2018. He joined UCSB in fall 2018, and he is interested in tensor methods for hardware/algorithm co-optimization of machine learning.​


Undergraduate Researchers

Max Gershman, Undergraduate student in Math

Max is expected to receive his B.A. degree in math at UCSB in 2019. He is interested in tensor methods for data analytics and for machine learning. Previously, he worked on uncertainty quantification with correlated non-Gaussian random parameters. 

Publications: C18 (EPEPS 2018)

Xiyuan Zhang, Undergradaute student in ECE

Xiyuan is expected to receive her B. Eng. degree in ECE at UCSB in 2020. She is interested in FPGA acceleration of machine learning algorithms. ​ 

Weiyun Jiang, Undergradaute student in ECE

Weiyun is expected to receive his B. Eng degree in ECE at UCSB in 2020. He is interested in design automation algorithms. He is currently working numerical methods for oscillatory circuits and systems.  


Visiting Students

Cong Zou, Undergradaute student from Tsinghua University

Cong is expected to receive her B. Eng degree in Electronic Engineering at Tsinghua University in 2019. She joined us as a visiting undergraduate researcher, and she is working on tensor methods for machine learning.  


FORMER MEMBERS

Undergraduate Researchers:

Huishan, B.Sc. in ECE 2018

Huishan received her B.Sc degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UCSB in 2018. She joined us in Fall 2017 as an undergraduate researcher Currently she is continuing working towards her MSc degree, and she is interested in verification and control techniques for autonomous dynamic systems with uncertainties. 

Jiali Luan, B.Sc. in Math 2018

Jiali received her B.Sc.  in Math at UCSB in 2018. She joined us in summer 2017 as an undergraduate researcher and worked on tensor methods for semiconductor data analytics. Currently she is a graduate student at University of Michigan. 

Publications: a TCAD manuscript under review.