Kenneth Hung

I am a statistician in the Central Applied Science Team at Meta. I am working on experimentation-related statistical questions and causal inference.

I received my Ph.D. in mathematics at UC Berkeley, under Will Fithian. I focused on conditional inference and post-selection inference, as well as scientific replicability and mathematical statistics. My qualifying exam was on August 11 2016. The syllabus can be found here (pdf, tex).

Prior to the Ph.D., I completed a B.S. with honors in mathematics with a computer science minor at Caltech. I was born in Toronto, Ontario and spent my formative years in Hong Kong and California.

My résumé and my c.v. are available here and here.