Qiyiwen Zhang has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Internship. These competitive NSF internships provide a stipend in the summer. Qiyiwen will be working on the project, “Harnessing Scalable Libraries for Statistical Computing on Modern Architectures and Bringing Statistics to Large Scale Computing." This work will take place at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Qiyiwen joined our Ph.D. in Statistics program in Fall 2015 and is working in Bayesian model selection and post-selection inference, supervised by Prof. Todd Kuffner.
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