My name is Jiayi Pan, and I will be joining UC Berkeley as a PhD student this Fall. My current research focuses on to and .
I am about to finish my undergrad study in University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where I am fortunate to have worked with Professors Joyce Chai, Dmitry Berenson, Fan Wu.
Outside of work, I love reading, arts, sports on water, implementing random ideas, playing/developing games, being connected with interesting people. Feel free to contact me and have fun via email :)
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2023-?
University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
B.S.E in Computer Science, 2021-2023
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, U.S.A.
B.S.E in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2019-2023
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
Jiayi Pan, Glen Chou, Dmitry Berenson. ICRA 2023.
Yichi Zhang, Jianing Yang, Jiayi Pan, Shane Storks, Nikhil Devraj, Ziqiao Ma, Keunwoo Peter Yu, Yuwei Bao, Joyce Chai. EMNLP 2022, Oral.
Donald Loveland, Jiayi Pan, Aaresh Farrokh Bhathena, Yiyang Lu. Manuscript, 2022.
Back in my highschool days, I was really tired of and bored with all the naive coursework. Just for the fun of it, instead, I spent most of my time learning university-level physics and preparing for the CPhO.
This prize might not look big compared to others listed above, but it is exactly where my passion for science starts. After the “failure” in CPhO, I went on to prepare for the College Entrance Examination (GaoKao) and ranked top 0.1% in 2019.
Now as an AI researcher, I still constantly benefit from the training I had for CPhO. Not only for the domain-specific knowledge I learnt, but also on how to think in the first principle, how to approach, build intuition with, and understand complex systems, etc…