Information for prospective students
- I have 1-2 full-time Master student vacancies each year. Currently, I have no plan to recruit PhD students. If you are interested in pursuing a Master’s degree under my supervision, please feel free to contact me.
- For SJTU students who want to participate in lab researches on machine learning and artificial intelligence, please contact me directly with an email titled “SJTU Student Research”.
- I am happy to write recommendation letters for the students who attend my classes or take part into research activities in our lab. Please send me a copy of your transcript and CV (if you have one).
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Useful commands and skills for a new Linuxer
Switching from Windows to Linux, especially the command line interaction terminal on a server, is probably a painful experience for most people! But as long as you get familiar with some basic commands and skills, you’ll find that Linux is actually easy to deal with and very efficient for productivity in terms of system management and computational extensive model development. Here I summarized some useful commands and skills from the perspective of remote scientific computing. Hopefully, they could help you quickly adapt to the new interaction method. Please click HERE to browse.
Updated on August, 2020