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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.
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),
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,