My research work lies at the confluence of information and communication theory, including
group testing, compressed sensing, deletion channels, adversarial channels. For a pictorial description of the various projects I have worked on, please look at the research map .
 T. Li, C. L. Chan, W. Huang, T. Kaced, S. Jaggi, "Group testing with prior statistics", IEEE International
Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), July 2014 (PDF, Pre-print)
 T. Li, M. Bakshi, P. Grover, "Fundamental limits and achievable strategies for low energy compressed
sensing with applications in wireless communication", IEEE 17th International Workshop on
Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC), July 2016 (PDF, Pre-print)
I did my undergraduate studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) from 2011 to 2015 and graduated with double degrees in Information Engineering and Mathematics. Currently, I am a master student at CUHK.
Project #1: Group Testing with Non-uniform Input
Project #2: Energy Consumption in a Compressed Sensing Decoder
Project #3: Phase Transition in K-SAT and Velocity Analysis for AMP
Project #4: Bounds on Capacities of Deletion Channels
Project #5: Causal Channels with Quadratic Constraints
- I am interested in Muay Thai techniques
- I enjoy outdoor activities.
- CV OF FAILURES
- I don't know anything,
but I do know that everything is interesting
if you go into it deeply enough.
— Richard Feynman.