Sang Min Han


Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

University of California, Berkeley

468 Cory Hall


I am a fourth year MS/PhD student in EECS at UC Berkeley advised by Prof. Chunlei Liu. I am broadly interested in optimization, signal processing, statistics, and their applications, especially in the area of neuroscience.

I am currently developing a neural network connectivity estimation algorithm designed to guide optogenetics neural modulation experiments. I am very grateful to the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for helping me survive in the Bay Area as a graduate student. I received my BS in ECE from Cornell in 2015 and graduated from TJHSST in 2011.


Please see my Google Scholar page.


I like to teach. At Berkeley, I worked as a Graduate Student Instructor for

  • Designing Information Devices and Systems I (EE 16A) during Spring 2019

  • Signals and Systems (EE 120) during Spring 2017.

At Cornell, I worked as an undergraduate Teaching Assistant/grader for

  • Introduction to Probability and Inference for Random Signals and Systems (ECE 3100) during Fall 2014 and

  • Signals and Information (ECE 2200) during Spring 2014.