Yuhong Liu
  • Life and Medical Sciences Institute (LIMES)
Research topics
  • Systems Biology
  • Dynamic Modeling
Yuhong earned her B.S. in Applied Mathematics at Baruch College, CUNY, in 2019 before diving deeper into the field, earning her M.S. from the University of Washington, Seattle, in 2021. Her research has traversed diverse areas, including robust Garch process modeling methods (which she developed into an R package), applying computer vision to guide search-and-rescue drones, and exploring the intricacies of spiking neural networks. Currently, as a Ph.D. student in the group of Prof. Hasenauer, she delves into system biology and dynamical systems, aiming to illuminate the progression of neurodegenerative diseases and their impact on various biological processes. Beyond the realm of modeling, Yuhong enjoys the company of a road bike and the thrill of a good hike.
Selected publications

Federico Tesler, Pierre Houzelstein, Ambre Ledoux, Christoffer G. Alexandersen, Yuhong Liu, Chloé Duprat, Aitakin Ezzati, Sandra Saghir, Alain Destexhe, Damien Depannemaecker “A mean-field to capture asynchronous irregular dynamics of spiking networks of adaptive quadratic integrate-and-fire neuron models” Neural Computation. February 2024

Christopher R. Hayner, Timothy Zhou, Neil Gupta, Yuhong Liu, Parker Mayhew, and Juris Vagners. “Real-time Human Detection with Integration of Visual and Thermal Data from High Altitude sUAS,” AIAA 2021-0397. AIAA Scitech 2021 Forum. January 2021

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