Lexing Ying

Stanford University

Names

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Lexing Ying

Emails

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****@math.stanford.edu
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****@stanford.edu
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****@fb.com

Education & Career History

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Professor
Stanford University (stanford.edu)
2012Present
 
Professor
University of Texas, Austin (utexas.edu)
20062012
 
Postdoc
California Institute of Technology (caltech.edu)
20042006
 
PhD student
New York University (nyu.edu)
19982004
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Postdoc Advisor
Emmanuel Candes
****@stanford.edu
20042006
 
PhD Advisor
Denis Zorin
****@cs.nyu.edu
19982004
 

Expertise

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machine learning
20172019
 
applied mathematics, computational physics
19982019