Postdoc @ UC Berkeley, Department of EECS
Interests = information theory; coding theory; polar code; distributed system; application of algebra and combinatorics.
For meta-comments of my works categorized by topics, see:
I have once computed, on a supercomputer, the Tutte–Whitney polynomials of Reed–Muller codes of length 64. This GitHub repository keeps the source codes, comments, and results.
I. Duursma, R. Gabrys, V. Guruswami, T.-C. Lin, H.-P. Wang. Accelerating Polarization via Alphabet Extension. International Conference on Randomization and Computation (RANDOM), September 2022. (Full version and animation.)
I. Duursma, H.-P. Wang. Multilinear Algebra for Minimum Storage Regenerating Codes: A Generalization of Product-Matrix Construction. Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing, October 2021. (Not open access; author copy.)
I. Duursma, X. Li, H.-P. Wang. Multilinear Algebra for Distributed Storage. SIAM Journal on Applied Algebra and Geometry (SIAGA), September 2021. (Not open access; preprint.) (15-minute video presentation and slides @ SIAM AG21.)
H.-P. Wang, I. Duursma. Log-logarithmic Time Pruned Polar Coding. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, March 2021.
Postdoc in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Supervisor = Venkatesan Guruswami
University of California, Berkeley
National Taiwan University
Taught a small, short lecture on polar codes. (lecture notes)
National Center for Theoretical Sciences (國家理論科學研究中心)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
National Taiwan University (國立臺灣大學)
Research Assistant Fellowship
Teacher ranked as excellent by their students
Fall 2019 & Spring 2019 & Spring 2018
Book–Scroll Award (for top 5% GPA)
Fall 2015 & Spring 2014 & Spring 2013 & Fall 2012 & Spring 2012 & Fall 2011
(Prof. Cheng-Tang Hsiao Memorial Scholarship)
(Prof. Ta-Kai Hu Memorial Scholarship)
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2011 & 2009
in a remote middle-school as an alternative to the mandatory military service.
TikZ TeX Talk collects some of my ideas for (La)TeX and TikZ.
Vaseman is about drawing people that look like vases. (Data plan warning: scans of drawings!)
Oriclip is about binder clip sculptures. (Data plan warning: a lot of photos!)