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 Google PhD Fellowship. I was previously supported by a NSF Graduate Fellowship (2020-23) and a Siebel Scholarship (2020-21).
See my research page for a full list.
B. Huang and M. Sellke.
A Constructive Proof of the Spherical Parisi Formula.
Preprint 2023.
B. Huang and M. Sellke.
Strong Topological Trivialization of Multi-Species Spherical Spin Glasses.
Preprint 2023.
S. Chen, B. Huang, J. Li, and A. Liu.
Tight Bounds for Quantum State Certification with Incoherent Measurements
FOCS 2022.
B. Huang and M. Sellke.
Tight Lipschitz Hardness for Optimizing Mean Field Spin Glasses.
FOCS 2022.
G. Bresler and B. Huang.
The Algorithmic Phase Transition of Random k-SAT for Low Degree Polynomials.
FOCS 2021.