Ruihao Zhu

Ruihao Zhu 

Biography

Ruihao Zhu is currently a fourth year Ph.D. student at the MIT Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC). He has the pleasure of being advised by David Simchi-Levi. Previously, he received his B.Eng. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from both the University of Michigan and the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. In the summer of 2019, Ruihao interned at Google Research Mountain View, fortunately under the supervision of Branislav Kveton and Craig Boutilier.

Ruihao's research focuses on understanding the fundamental properties as well as the design principles of data-driven decision-making systems that operate under uncertainties. As part of it, he is broadly interested in the interplay among reinforcement learning, statistical machine learning, and operations research, with applications in revenue management, healthcare operations, and service systems.

Contact

rzhu@mit.edu