March 2017: I have two conference papers accepted into CVPR 2017.
My broad research interests are computer vision, deep learning, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Recently, I have been focused on deep learning, especially on generative adversarial networks. I have also worked on structured prediction problems such as semantic segmentation, object detection and fine-grained recognition.
I tried to start a research blog but I haven't been active recently here. Hopefully one day there will be educational articles on there.
Here is a list of selected publications:
I am on GitHub:
My CV is available as a PDF:
I am a Ph.D. candidate at Oregon State University. I am also an NSF graduate research fellow and a former recipient of the ARCS scholar award. I am currently co-advised by professors Sinisa Todorovic and Tom Dietterich. My broad research interests include computer vision, deep learning, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
I received my double bachelor's degree in computer engineering and applied and computational mathematical sciences from the University of Washington in 2011, and my master's degree in computer science from Oregon State University in 2014. I recently interned twice as a software development engineer at A9.com (subsidiary of Amazon.com), working on computer vision and deep learning research.
I enjoy running, dancing and playing music to balance out my academic life. I enjoy running a lot, especially marathons. (Usually my research experiments are also "running" at the same time.) I also enjoy playing the piano, whether for accompaniment for choirs or for pure entertainment. I am also recently active in the west coast swing dance community where I enjoy combining my physical and musical abilities into improvisational partner dancing.