Xi'an, China, home to the Terracotta Army
Prior to Berkeley, I spent wonderful years at Xi’an Jiaotong University where I worked with Prof. Jinjun Wang on computer vision/ surveillance video and completed my B.E. in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. I was also fortunate to have industrial research experience in 3D vision at CUHK-SenseTime joint lab.
I am interested in exploring the connection between computer vision and human vision. I believe the interdisciplinary environment in Vision Science Program provides the finest training in developing vision scientists with valuable insights from diversified background and perspectives.
I am enthusiastic about researching data-driven computational methods for understanding, modeling, and recreating the visual world around us.
Whether in academia or industry, my dream is to work in a highly-motived research group aiming at cutting-edge computational vision problems.
I play badminton, go to gym and swim weekly. I also enjoy hiking, traveling, rock climbing and tennis.
Zhou, S., Wang, J., Wang, J., Gong, Y., & Zheng, N. (2017, July). Point to set similarity based deep feature learning for person reidentification. In The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) (Vol. 6).
Wang, J., Zhou, S., Wang, J., & Hou, Q. (2018). Deep ranking model by large adaptive margin learning for person re-identification. Pattern Recognition, 74, 241-252.