Microsoft Research Asia
Microsoft Asia Pacific R&D Group Headquarters, Building 2, 14-171
5 Dan Ling Street
Beijing, China, 100080
Tel: +86 10 5917-5764
I am a Lead Researcher in the Theory group of Microsoft Research Asia. My main research interests include social and information networks, algorithmic game theory and Internet economics, distributed computing, and fault tolerance.
I am also an Adjunct Professor in Tsinghua University, where I teach a Distributed Computing course to undergraduate students in the Tsinghua Xuetang Special Pilot CS Class adminstrated by the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information Science, headed by Turing Award Winner Prof. Andrew Yao. I also coordinate between MSRA and IIIS on student curriculum, research practices, and co-supervise graduate students of IIIS.
I obtained my bachelor and master degrees from the Department of Computer Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, and my Ph.D degree from the Department of Computer Science, Cornell University. I worked for Oracle Corporation before joining MSRA.
I served as the captain of Tsinghua University Varsity soccer team, which won Beijing Inter-collegiate Championship twice in 1992 and 1993. I also served as the captain of the "Tsinghua Veterans" soccer team in North America, which won the championship title of the Annual North America Chinese Soccer Tournament twice in 1996 and 1997.