Welcome to Jinhang Zuo’s homepage

I am a joint postdoc at Caltech and UMass Amherst, co-advised by Prof. Adam Wierman and Prof. Mohammad Hajiesmaili. My research interests include online learning, resource allocation, and networked systems. I recevied my Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2022. I was a member of the LIONS research group advised by Prof. Carlee Joe-Wong. Before joining CMU, I received a B.E. in Communication Engineering from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2017.


  • Dec. 2022: Our work on variance-adaptive algorithm for probabilistic maximum coverage bandits is accepted to INFOCOM 2023.
  • Sept. 2022: Our work on batch-size independent regret bounds for combinatorial bandits is accepted to NeurIPS 2022.
  • Aug. 2022: I successfully defend my Ph.D. thesis! I will join Caltech/UMass as a joint postdoc this fall.
  • Aug. 2022: Our work on hierarchical bandits for conversational preference elicitation is accepted to CIKM 2022.
  • July 2022: Our work on correlated combinatorial bandits for resource allocation wins the Best Poster Award at ACM SIGMETRICS 2022 and is accepted to ACM MobiHoc 2022.
  • March 2022: Our work on competitive influence maximization appears in AISTATS 2022.
  • July 2021: Our work on multi-layered network exploration via random walks appears in ICML 2021 as a long talk (3%).
  • Feb. 2020: Our work on multi-player bandits with pre-observations appears in AAAI 2020.