Hello! I'm Yuang Chen, a first-year PhD student in Institute for Data, Systems and Society (IDSS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
I'm a member of the Selin Group, where I work with Prof. Noelle Selin. My research looks into efficient and rigorous climate and air pollution predictions using statistical and modeling approaches, like machine learning, GEOS-Chem, climate ensemble and satellite inversion.
Before joining MIT, I obtained my undergraduate degree from Peking University, advised by Prof. Xuejun Wang. I was also research assistant at CMU working with Prof. Valerie Karplus on energy policy, and at Stony Brook working with Prof. Gang He on energy modeling.
Feel free to contact me at: yuangchen [at] mit [dot] edu