2015: Ph.D. in Statistics, North Carolina State University
2010: B.S. in Statistics, Sun Yat-sen University
Probabilistic image analysis, multiscale modelling, network analysis, variable selection, functional data analysis, nonparametric Bayes, quantile regression, asymptotics, biomedical applications, machine learning, neuroscience.
Meng Li is Noah Harding Assistant Professor of Statistics at Rice University. Previously, Dr. Li was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistical Science at Duke University (2015-2017). He received his PhD in statistics from North Carolina State University, under the supervision of Subhashis Ghoshal. Dr. Li’s research focuses on statistical modeling of challenging data that arise in scientific and industrial applications such as images, functional data, networks, and tree-structured data, with theoretical guarantees and scalable implementation.