Statistical Machine Learning Lab
Han Liu, Assistant Professor
Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Sherred Hall 224
Princeton, New Jersy 08544
Phone: (609) 258-1788
Biosketch: Han Liu received a Joint PhD in Machine Learning and Statistics in 2011 at Carnegie Mellon University. His thesis advisors are John Lafferty and Larry Wasserman. As a computer scientist and statistician, he exploits computation and data as a lens to explore science and machine intelligence. He is serving as an Associate Editor of the Electronic Journal of Statistics and as area chairs for NIPS, AISTATS, and ICML
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2017- Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in Math.
2017- Princeton SEAS E-Council Teaching Award.
2016- Plenary Speaker in 2016 INFORMS OPT Conf.
2016- Princeton SEAS E-Council Teaching Award.
2015- Tweedie New Researcher Award.
2015- Noether Young Scholar Award.
2015- NSF CAREER Award in Statistics Science.
2015- Howard B. Wentz Junior Faculty Award.
2013- Notable Paper Award in the 16th AISTATS.
2013- Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowship.
2012- Teaching Excellence Award from Johns Hopkins Univ.
2012- ASA David P. Byar Young Investigator Travel Award
2011- ADHD-200 Global Competition Championship
2011- Umesh Gavasakar Memorial Best Dissertation Award
2010- J. Tinsley Oden Faculty Fellowship from UT-Asutin
2010- ASA Best Student Paper Award in Stats Computing
2009- ICML Best Overall Paper Award Honorable Mention
2009- Winner of the ICML Best Student Paper Award
2009- AISTATS Best Paper Award Nomination
2009- Google PHD Fellowship in Statistics