Department of Statistics
367 Evans Hall
University of California, Berkeley
My research interests are causal inference, distribution generalization, and extreme value theory.
I am currently working on distributional generalization problems from a causal perspective to develop predictive methods that generalize to unseen environments.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher @ Copenhagen Causality Lab, University of Copenhagen, supervised by Jonas Peters and Niklas Pfister. I obtained a PhD under the supervision of Sebastian Engelke @ Research Center for Statistics, University of Geneva, and a master’s thesis in Statistics under the supervision of Nicolai Meinshausen @ Seminar for Statistics, ETH Zurich.
Keywords: causal inference, distribution generalization, extreme value theory.