Bio


I grew up in China, and went to Singapore for high school upon receiving the Singapore Ministry of Education's scholarship for foreign students. After the completion of my A-Levels, I came to the US for undergraduate studies at Columbia College in NYC, where I majored in mathematics-statistics. I graduated from college in 3 years and worked at JPMorgan as a hedge fund risk analyst. Feeling I need more challenges, I came to Stanford and am thrilled to explore the research landscape here and find my next destination.

Honors & Awards


  • Summa cum laude, Columbia University (May 2014)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honors Society (May 2014)

Education & Certifications


  • CFA Level II, The CFA Institute, Passed CFA Level II Exam (2016)
  • B.A., Columbia University, Mathematics-Statistics (2014)
  • A-Level, Raffles Institution, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Philosophy, Project Work (2010)

Personal Interests


I enjoy road trips and hiking, and love to learn about new cultures, languages and experiences. I also enjoy cooking and volunteering for charity organizations.

Current Research and Scholarly Interests


I am interested in applying computational methods to the prediction and modeling of uncertain events. This could include a broad spectrum, from natural phenomena/disasters to financial markets.

Work Experience


  • Analyst, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (6/23/2014 - 8/15/2016)

    I worked as a hedge fund quantitative risk analysts at JPMorgan for 2 years after graduation, during which I performed portfolio analysis of derivative products of our hedge fund clients, developed and revised initial margin methodologies, kept up-to-date with the market and research, and presented the analysis at the weekly meetings with senior management.

    Location

    383 Madison Avenue, NYC