I'm a second-year PhD student in theoretical computer science at University of Michigan. My advisor is Seth Pettie.

My ambition is to answer abstract but important problems in algorithm design. To device some algorithms is only of medium interest to me. I always desire to know what the optimal algorithm is. However, for some problems, there seem not to be a trivial way to define the exact "goodness" of an algorithm. Anyway, there are lots of books to read, lots of things to think of and lots of work to do.

Contact me by email: wangdy[at]umich[dot]edu

A *spacious* CV. Hopefully I can fill it up quickly. ;-)

- Optimal protocols for 2-party contention resolution by Dingyu Wang and Seth Pettie

- Cardinality estimation
- Contention resolution

- Shared memory sender-checker problem
- Conflict resolution with Poisson arrivals

- Rational algebraic geometry code
- Equivalence of linearizability definitions
- Response to the bound problem

- A small platform game: Moment Master

Last updated time: Aug 2020.