I am currently a final-year PhD candidate on video understanding under the supervision of Prof. Cees Snoek, in the VIS Lab, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Previously, I worked as a visiting researcher under the supervision of Prof. Ling Shao in the Artificial Intelligence Lab, School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. And from 2015 to 2016, I worked in Panasonic R&D Center Singapore and visited the Learning and Vision Group, ECE, National University of Singapore. I received my Master's Degree and Bachelor's Degree under the supervision of Prof. Maoguo Gong in the Department of Electronic Engineering, XiDian University, China.
2019/06. Our paper on pixelated semantic colorization has been accepted in IJCV.
2019/03. Our paper on action detection with two-in-one stream has been accepted in CVPR 2019.
2018/08. Our paper on image colorization based on pixel-level semantics has been accepted as oral in BMVC 2018.
2017/12. I have joined in VIS Lab as a PhD at UVA.
I'm interested in computer vision and deep learning. During my PhD, I am mainly focusing on video understanding, specifically video action detection, action recognition, video object segmentation. I am also excited about getting inspiration from classical signal/image processing methodologies for addressing some basic problems in deep learning. Besides, I have worked on image colorization, face recognition/detection/alignment, and change detection.
We propose a novel set-to-set (S2S) distance measure to calculate the similarity between two sets with the aim to improve the recognition accuracy for faces with real-world challenges, such as extreme poses or severe illumination conditions.