Optimization for a smarter market.
I work at the intersection of computer science, mathematics, AI and economics, with a focus on solving practical problems using simulations and stochastic optimization.
Hi! I'm a 3rd year Ph.D. candidate from AdONE (Advanced Optimization in a Networked Economy), a training community targeting the intersection of mathematics, computer science, and management science, at the Technical University of Munich, in Germany. I got my master's degree from the University of Tokyo, Japan, and spent years as a research assistant at the National Institute of Informatics, Japan. My background fills in applied economics and theoretical computer science by these experiences. My research interests are stochastic modeling in two-sided marketplace design, with efficiencies on, for example, a smart transportation system.
My research is co-advised by Prof. Dr. Stefan Minner (School of Management, TUM) and Prof. Dr. Martin Bichler (Department of Informatics, TUM). I cooperated with Prof. Dr. Naonori Kakimura (Keio Univeristy, Japan), Stefan Kober and Martin Bullinger. I enjoy talking to people in academia and industry to find out how to optimize this fantastic world better.
Outside of research, I have my own media channels (Bilibili, Weibo) at several largest video-sharing websites in China. Sometimes I do vlogs to record my life, and I'm more inspired in spreading knowledge related to operations research applications.