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Yin Zhu (朱寅) is a partner at Shenzhen Practicality Capital Management (深圳知行通达私募基金). He leads the firm's Quantitative Research Department. Previously he worked for Citadel Securities as Quantitative Researcher, responsible for its High Frequency Trading in Asian equity markets. Before Citadel, he had research internships at Microsoft Research, Huawei, and Trafigura.
Yin received a PhD from HKUST under the supervision of Prof. Qiang Yang and a BS in Computer Science from Nanjing University. During his PhD, he was awarded the Google PhD Fellowship in 2012, for his research in Transfer Learning and its applications to Mobile Computing. He also had extensive experiences in competitive programming and machine learning contests, winning a gold medal in ACM-ICPC Asia Regional Contest and a champion in Nokia Mobile Data Mining Challenge.
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- Ying Wei, Yin Zhu,
Cane Leung, Yangqiu Song, Qiang Yang. Instilling Social to Physical: Semi-supervised Heterogeneous Transfer Learning. AAAI'16,
February 12-17, 2016, Phoenix, Arizona USA. PDF
- Zhongqi Lu, Yin Zhu,
Sinno J. Pan, Evan W. Xiang, Yujing Wang, Qiang Yang. Source Free Transfer Learning for Text
July 27-31, 2014, Quebec City, Canada. PDF
- Yin Zhu, Erheng Zhong, Sinno
Jialin Pan, Xiao Wang, Minzhe Zhou, and Qiang Yang.
Predicting User Activity Level in Social Networks CIKM'13,
San Francisco, Nov 2013. PDF
- Yin Zhu, Erheng Zhong, Zhongqi
Lu, and Qiang Yang.
Feature Engineering for Semantic Place Prediction. Pervasive and Mobile
Computing Journal. PDF, First Place in Semantic Place Classification Task in Nokia Mobile Data Challenge 2012.
Also featured in a Chinese article: 朱寅, 杨强. 诺基亚移动数据挖掘竞赛. 计算机学会通讯. 2012年8月.
- Yin Zhu, Xiao Wang, Erheng
Zhong, Nanthan N. Liu, He Li, and
Qiang Yang. Discovering Spammers in Social Networks. In
of the 26th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-12).
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. July 22-26, 2012. PDF
- Yin Zhu, Yuqiang Chen, Zhongqi
Lu, Sinno J. Pan, Gui-Rong Xue,
Yong Yu and Qiang Yang. Heterogeneous Transfer Learning for Image
Classification. In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth AAAI Conference
Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2011), San Francisco, California,
USA, August 7-11, 2011. PDF Code
Xing Xie, Yin Zhu, Yuki Arase. Identifying Status Based on Heterogeneous Sensors. US Patent App. 13/088,755, 2011. Link