Yizhe Zhu

I am a 4th-year graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at  University of Washington. My advisor is Ioana Dumitriu. Before that I got my bachelor degree in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.


Email: yizhezhu(at)math.washington.edu 

Office: Padelford C-8L


Research

I am interested in probability theory and combinatorics. I am working on:


Preprints

1. A graphon approach to limiting spectral distributions of Wigner-type matrices

2. Sparse general Wigner-type matrices: local law and eigenvector delocalization, with Ioana Dumitriu 

3. Exact recovery in the hypergraph stochastic block model: a spectral algorithm, with Sam Cole

Slides

1. A graphon approach to spectral analysis of random matrices, Probability Seminar at UW, October 2017

2. A graphon approach to limiting spectral distributions of Wigner-type matrices, Poster at IPAM, May 2018

Teaching

2017 Summer    Instructor,  Math 307F: Introduction To Differential Equations
2017 Autumn     Grader, Math 461: Combinatorial Theory I

2018 Winter       Grader, Math 462: Combinatorial Theory II

2018 Spring       Instructor, Math 307G: Introduction To Differential Equations

2018 Autumn     Grader, Math 461: Combinatorial Theory I


Links

UW Statistics Seminar 

UW Probability Seminar

UW Combinatorics Seminar

SJTU Combinatorics Seminar