Reseach

A research scientist in machine learning and computer vision, I strive to understand the mathematical structure of the research questions in order to develop effective and efficient algorithmic solutions, with strong analytical properties and compelling practical performance.

Current Reseach

I am currently working on the following research topics

Domain Adaptation

with applications to object recognition,
face detection, semantic segmentation,
acition recognition, and attribute detection

Sequential Determinantal Point Processes

with applications to video summarization
and multi-documment summarization

Vision & Language

such as visual question answering,
video captioning, and image tagging

Data Efficient Learning

such as zero-/low-shot learning, semi-
supervised learning, Webly-supervised
learning, and domain adaptation

Reinforcement Learning

with applications to video summarization,
visual navigation, etc.

3D objects & faces

3D object retrieval, 3D face recognition,
and attribute detection of 3D objects

Reseach Grants

My research was supported by the following grants.

NSF BIGDATA: IA: Distributed Semi-Supervised Training of Deep Models and Its Applications in Video Understanding

Funding bodies: National Science Foundation
Role: Principle investigator
Value: 1/3 of ($662,431 + $42,500 AWS Credits)
Years: 2017-2020

NSF CRII: RI: Multi-Source Domain Generalization Approaches to Visual Attribute Detection

Funding bodies: National Science Foundation
Role: Sole Principle investigator
Value: $175,000
Years: 2016-2018

Face Detector Adaptation without Forgetting

Funding bodies: Adobe Systems Inc
Role: Sole Principle investigator
Value: $10,000
Years: 2017

Multiple-Modal Summarization of Videos and Photo Albums with User Input

Funding bodies: FutureWei Technologies Inc
Role: Sole Principle investigator
Value: $100,000
Years: 2017

User-Guided Visual Analytics

Funding bodies: Adobe Systems Inc
Role: Sole Principle investigator
Value: $7,000
Years: 2016

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List of Publications

Work hard, make extraordinary discoveries, and publish to make the work easy and simple.