I am a first year Ph.D student in Computer Science & Engineering department at University of Washington. Before coming
to the U.S., I obtained my bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Special Pilot CS Class (also known as Yao Class) at Tsinghua University.
I am broadly interested in Theoretical Computer Science, with a focus on design and analysis of algorithms. Presently, I am particularly excited about graph problems. Other topics that I am interested in include, but not limited to, data structures, computational geometry, numerical linear algebra, and streaming algorithms.
Outside of theory, I have been a research intern at Microsoft Research Asia working on Computer Vision during my undergraduate study.
Email: yuqingai [at] uw (dot) edu
scottai [at] 126 (dot) com
In Computational Complexity Conference (CCC), 2016.
In International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 2015.
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