I am a fifth year Ph.D. student studying computer science in the Theory of Computation Group at Harvard University. I am fortunate to have professor Salil Vadhan as my advisor. Before that, I studied physics at the National Taiwan University and computer science at the Columbia University.
My research interests include pseudorandomness and theory in differential privacy. During the visiting at Academia Sinica of Taiwan in 2015-2016, I was hosted by Kai-Min Chung, who lead me into the world of quantum information.
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Maxwell Dworkin 334
33 Oxford St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
Mark Bun, Yi-Hsiu Chen, and Salil Vadhan.
Separating Computational and Statistical Differential Privacy in the Client-Server Model
Yi-Hsiu Chen, Kai-Min Chung, Ching-Yi Lai, Salil Vadhan and Xiaodi Wu.
Computational Notions of Quantum Min-Entropy
Yi-Hsiu Chen, Kai-Min Chung and Jyun-Jie Liao.
On the Complexity of Simulating Auxiliary Input
Yi-Hsiu Chen, Mika Göös, Salil Vadhan and Jiapeng Zhang.
A Tight Lower Bound for Entropy Flattening
I was a teaching fellow of CS225 Pseudorandomness in Fall 2016 and CS124 Algorithm in Spring 2017.