Institute for Political Methodology summer camp
Summer program for quantitative methods. Summer methods workshop for students from Taiwan, China, and Japan, hosted by Academica Sinica. Covers linear regression, maximum likelihood estimation, categorical data analysis, panel methods, Bayesian analysis. Served as teaching assistant in Summer 2015.
17.806 Quantitative Research Methods IV [MIT]
Statistical learning and research computing. Fourth and final methods course at MIT political science department. Covers webscraping, machine learning techniques for classification and regression, finite mixture models, expectation-maximization, variational inference. Helped develop problem sets and recitation notes as teaching assistant (for In Song Kim) in the first version of the course in Spring 2015.
17.802 Quantitative Research Methods II [MIT]
Causal inference. Second methods course at MIT political science department. Covers experimental design, matching, regression, diff-in-diff, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity designs, causal mediation, nonparametric bounds, sensitivity analysis. Served as teaching assistant (for Danny Hidalgo) in Spring 2014.