Chong Wang is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the Computer Science Department at Princeton University, with an emphasis on machine learning, under the supervision of Professor David M. Blei. He obtained his B.E. and M.E. from Tsinghua University, both with honors. This was where he developed a strong interest in machine learning. Subsequently, he worked as an assistant researcher in the Web Search and Data Mining group, Microsoft Research Asia for about two years. Since arriving at Princeton, he has published many papers in leading international conferences and won several awards. He also interned at Microsoft Research and Google Research to gain more industry experience. His ultimate goal is to make machine learning results more friendly to end users. As one example, his current work on recommendations is to help researchers find interesting papers more easily. He received the Google Ph.D. Fellowship for machine learning in 2010.