Jun Yang

Jun Yang

Pronunciation: Jùn [tɕ]‑[u̯ən] Yáng [j]‑[ɑŋ]
  • Dept. Statistical Sciences
  • University of Toronto
  • 100 St. George St. SS6018
  • Toronto, ON M5S 3G3, Canada
  • jun [at] utstat.toronto.edu
  • http://utstat.toronto.edu/~jun



I am a Ph.D candidate in statistics at University of Toronto, advised by Daniel M. Roy and Jeffrey S. Rosenthal.

Before coming to Toronto, I got my B.Eng from Tsinghua University, D.Eng from Chinese Academy of Sciences, both in electrical engineering, and later a M.Sc. in applied mathematics from Queen's University in Kingston, advised by Fady Alajaji and Glen Takahara.

I am grateful to be partly supported by Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS D).


Research Interests

  • Machine Learning
  • Bayesian Inference
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Computational Statistics
  • Probability Theory
  • Information Theory

Recent Papers

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Teaching, academic activities, non-work page (under construction).

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