I am a Principal Machine Learning Researcher in the Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization Group at Oracle Labs. My field of technical expertise is time series anomaly detection, in particular, Oracle’s anomaly detection technique, aka MSET2. As the main point-of-contact for MSET2 initiative and productization, I primarily work with internal groups in Oracle Labs, Database, National Security Group, Public Sector Consulting, Cloud Engineering, Cloud Infrastructure, and also collaborate with outside partnership and universities.
I have worked on many complex projects resulting in several technology transfers, the major projects include developing MSET2 ecosystem, performing three Customer PoCs and interacting with the account teams, benchmarking Oracle Roving Edge Device (RED) to support the RED launch event, and researching EMI fingerprint technology for identifying counterfeit electronic components. Currently, I am heavily involved in tech-transferring MSET2 ecosystem to OCI Anomaly Detection Service, and have been playing a key role from the inception of building the Service to the GA release.
My daily duties include developing new and improved approaches for algorithms to progress various research projects, coming up with solutions to problems emerged out of MSET2 productization, filing patents to protect Oracle’s intellectual property, and mentoring interns on research tasks and priorities.
Prior to joining Oracle Labs, I had done many interesting research projects as a graduate researcher and had extensive experiences in time series renewable energy forecasting, distributed energy resources planning, Electric Vehicle charging scheduling optimization, and photovoltaic power modeling. I received a Master’s degree in Aerospace at The Ohio State and earned my PhD in Energy Science at UC San Diego. Outside work, I am a PC geek, driving enthusiast, landscape photographer, adventurous traveler, and aviation lover.