Wei Zhu
(朱慰)
Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics and Statistics University of Massachusetts Amherst Office: LGRT 1423J Office hour: W 11:30am  1:30pm Email: weizhu at umass dot edu Curriculum Vitae 
Position

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2020present.

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Duke University, 20172020.
Mentor: Ingrid Daubechies.
Education
 Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles, 2017.
Ph.D. Advisor: Stanley Osher.
 B.S. Mathematics, Tsinghua University, 2012.
External Grants
 (Pending) PI. AFOSR Young Investigator Program, Structurepreserving and discovery in scientific machine learning, $449,540, 20242027.
Status: advanced to finalist; currently under final review.  coPI. NIH R01, A novel approach of agegrading of mosquitoes using SERS and machine learning models, $1,917,579, 20232028, (PI: Lili He at UMass Amherst).
Status: recommended for award.  PI. NSF DMS2244976, CDS&E: Robust symmetrypreserving machine learning: theory and application, $160,000, 20232026.
 PI. NSF DMS2140982, CDS&E EAGER Grant, $103,360, 20212024.
 PI. NSF DMS1952992, DMS2052525, CDS&E: Applied geometry and harmonic analysis in deep learning regularization: theory and applications, $155,000, 20202024.
Internal Grants
 coPI. Institute for Applied Life Sciences (IALS) Midigrant, Quantification of bacterial contamination levels on surfaces, $15,000, 2023, (PI: Lili He at UMass Amherst).
Opennings
 Our group is always looking for motivated postdocs and Ph.D. students.
 For postdocs, please apply through Mathjobs and send me an email with your CV.
 Selfmotivated students interested in data science, machine learning, scientific computing, and computer vision are welcome to send me an email with your CV.
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