About me

I am a 4th year PhD student in the Department of Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University. Before pursuing my PhD, I earned a B.S. in Physics with minor in Mathematics at National Taiwan University, Taiwan. I study theoretical statistics and machine learning in Carnegie Mellon.

My primary research concerns nonparametric statistics and cluster analysis under the supervision of Larry Wasserman and Christopher R. Genovese. In addition to statistics, I am actively working with Shirley Ho on cosmology research, with a focus on large-scale structure.

Currently, I am participating in several research groups and my recent scientific collaborations focus on cosmology, biology, and psychology. I will be joining the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington as an assistant professor this fall.

Contact: yenchic(at)andrew(dot)cmu(dot)edu