This is the academic homepage of Brice Huang. Since January 2020, I have been a PhD student in EECS at MIT, where I am fortunate to be advised by Guy Bresler and Nike Sun. I was previously an undergraduate at MIT, where I majored in mathematics and EECS.
I am interested in high-dimensional probability and statistical physics, especially the limits of efficient algorithms in these settings.
I am grateful to be supported by a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Fellowship and a Siebel Scholarship.
See my research page for a full list.
B. Huang and M. Sellke. Tight Lipschitz Hardness for Optimizing Mean Field Spin Glasses. Preprint 2021.
G. Bresler and B. Huang. The Algorithmic Phase Transition of Random k-SAT for Low Degree Polynomials. FOCS 2021.