Chenye Wu (吴辰晔)

Email: chenyewu AT

About Me

I'm an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, Tsinghua University. I also serve on the advisory board for Turing AI Institute of Nanjing, a new generation of R&D Institute founded by Professor Andrew Yao.

Interdisciplinary research is a particular strength of IIIS and I currently participate actively in two broad areas of "CS/AI+X" type research: 1) AI+Energy Economics, with an emphasis on studying the vulnerability of AI based pricing schemes, limitation of AI with extremely unbalanced sample sets; 2) CS+Urban Systems, i.e., understand many real world phenomenon through computational (very often stochastic) modeling, which covers a broad range, from the sharing economy for the electricity sector, to the optimal online game matchmaking mechanism design. For more information, please refer to my research section here.

I am actively recruiting students! Please check this page for information about joining IIIS as a graduate student. From time to time, I also host visiting students/interns in Beijing and Nanjing. Drop me an email for more information, if you are interested and good!

You may also find me at Linkedin Chenye's Linkedin and ResearchGate Chenye's Weibo.


Latest News

Dec. 8, 2019, check our recent story on storage control for dynamic pricing! Again, I share the Chinese version on my Zhihu.

Dec. 1, 2019, check our recent story on robust data driven pricing scheme design! I also put a Chinese version on my Zhihu.

Nov. 8, 2019, our group just submitted 5 papers to PESGM 2020: vulnerability analysis for the data driven pricing (AI+Energy); machine learning with imbalanced dataset (AI+Energy); and to exploit the potential value of storage to the electricity sector from three persepectives (CS+storage)! More information will be available online soon.

Sept. 20, 2019, just set up two SRT projects for this semester: 1) use queueing theory to connect the world; 2) vulnerability analysis for AI based electricity pricing scheme. Welcome to join these projects!

Aug. 1, 2019, one more ESI highly cited paper! Check out our story on the sharing economy for electricity storage.