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I am currently a PhD student in the Computer Science Department of Stanford University, advised by Professor Fei-Fei Li. I am a member of the Stanford Vision Lab, where I am exploring various computer vision problems (e.g. action recognition, object detection, human pose estimation, etc.) that are related to human and object interactions.
Before I moved to Stanford, I worked with Professor Li Fei-Fei in the Computer Science Department of Princeton University as a PhD student for one year. In Princeton, I worked on both computer vision and computational neuroscience.
I spent six years in Tsinghua University. In July 2008, I got a master degree from the Computer Science and Technology Department. In the Image and Vision Computing Group, I worked with Professor Haizhou Ai on face recognition problems. In July 2006, I received my bachelor degree from the Department of Automation. As an senior undergraduate researcher, I joined a student research training (SRT) project in the Bioinformatics Division to work on microarray analysis problems, advised by Professor Shao Li.
Grouplet: A Structured Image Representation for Recognizing Human and Object Interactions
as author at 23rd IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2010 - San Francisco,
Action Recognition with Exemplar Based 2.5D Graph Matching
as author at 12th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), Firenze 2012,
together with: Michael J. Black (chairman), Ivan Laptev (chairman),