I am currently a MSc student in Geoffrey Schiebinger’s group within the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Department of Mathematics at the University of British Columbia.
Generally speaking, my research interests focus on the application of mathematical and computational tools to problems in systems biology and biophysics. In particular, I am interested in stochastic modelling and inference for inverse problems in biology.
MSc (Applied Mathematics)
University of British Columbia (2019-Present)
BSc (Applied Mathematics, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology)
University of Melbourne (2016-2019)
- Zhang, S., Chong, A. and Hughes, B.D., 2019. Persistent exclusion processes: Inertia, drift, mixing, and correlation. Physical Review E, 100(4), p.042415.
- I wrote a Julia package OptimalTransport.jl implementing various algorithms for computational optimal transport.