Hi! I’m Zhe Zeng; thanks for visiting my homepage. I’m a fourth year Ph.D. student in Computer Science at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). It’s very lucky for me to be advised by Professor Guy Van den Broeck and to be a member of Statistical and Relational Artificial Intelligence (StarAI) Lab✨🐻✨.
My research interests primarily lie in the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and formal methods. The goal of my research is to combine probabilistic and formal verification techniques to deal with both uncertainty as well as relational structure, and to enable AI systems to efficiently and reliably learn and infer from noisy, structured, and mixed discrete-continuous data.
I received my bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at Zhejiang University. As an undergraduate student, I was lucky to collaborate with Professor Qiang Liu at Dartmouth College in theory and methods for robust, scalable, and nonparametric variational inference.
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Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence
2018 -- Present, UCLA
BSc in Mathematics with honors
2014 -- 2018, Zhejiang University
Exchange student in Mathematics
2016 Fall, Ohio State University