Ho-Chun Herbert Chang'18
Lab Collaborator (2018 - ), Byrne Scholar (2015 - 2018), Neukom Scholar (2017 - 2018)
I am currently a PhD student at USC Annenberg. Originally from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, I majored in Mathematics, Quantitative Social Sciences,
and was a Senior Fellow for Creative Writing at Dartmouth. My primary research interests lie in probability and
stochastics, nonlinear systems, and the extension of these models to computational creativity,
finance and social systems. At the Fu Lab, I wrote my senior thesis on the co-diffusion
of innovations with application to technological diffusion and health interventions. In collaboration with the Fu Lab, I am currently working on a few data-driven projects closely related to mathematical humanities.