I am a postdoc at MIT CSAIL, working with Jonathan Ragan-Kelley. My research focuses on the interactions between three domains: visual computing, statistical learning, and programming systems. I connect classical graphics and imaging algorithms with modern data-driven methods to facilitate physical understanding. I use mathematical tools from statistics and machine learning that broadly apply to graphics, vision, or even compiler problems. I also develop programming systems that simplify the efficient implementation and mathematical derivations of learnable visual computing algorithms. I did a 6-month postdoc with Jonathan Ragan-Kelley at UC Berkeley.During my time at National Taiwan University, I was a member of the graphics group at Communication and Multimedia Lab, where I worked with Yung-Yu Chuang.