BSE (Princeton University)
MSc, PhD (Stanford University)
* Algorithm Design
* Data Analytics
Anthony Man-Cho So received his BSE degree in Computer Science from Princeton University with minors in Applied and Computational Mathematics, Engineering and Management Systems, and German Language and Culture. He then received his MSc degree in Computer Science and his PhD degree in Computer Science with a PhD minor in Mathematics from Stanford University. Dr. So joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2007. He currently serves as Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management. He also holds a courtesy appointment as Associate Professor in the CUHK-BGI Innovation Institute of Trans-omics. His recent research focuses on the interplay between optimization theory and various areas of algorithm design, such as computational geometry, machine learning, signal processing, bioinformatics, and algorithmic game theory.学术著作：
A. M.-C. So, “Deterministic Approximation Algorithms for Sphere Constrained Homogeneous Polynomial Optimization Problems”, Mathematical Programming, Series B, 129(2): 357-382, 2011.
A. M.-C. So, “Moment Inequalities for Sums of Random Matrices and Their Applications in Optimization”, Mathematical Programming, Series A, 130(1): 125-151, 2011.
Y. J. Zhang, A. M.-C. So, “Optimal Spectrum Sharing in MIMO Cognitive Radio Networks via Semidefinite Programming”, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 29(2): 362-373, 2011.
Z.-Q. Luo, W.-K. Ma, A. M.-C. So, Y. Ye, S. Zhang, “Semidefinite Relaxation of Quadratic Optimization Problems”, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 27(3): 20-34, 2010.
A. M.-C. So, J. Zhang, Y. Ye, “Stochastic Combinatorial Optimization with Controllable Risk Aversion Level”, Mathematics of Operations Research 34(3): 522-537, 2009.
A. M.-C. So, Y. Ye, J. Zhang, “A Unified Theorem on SDP Rank Reduction”, Mathematics of Operations Research 33(4): 910-920, 2008.
A. M.-C. So, Y. Ye, “Theory of Semidefinite Programming for Sensor Network Localization”, Mathematical Programming,Series B, 109: 367-384, 2007.