I'm currently a PhD student at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
of Rice University, working with
My research lies at the intersection of computer vision and computational photography, where I build machine learning-driven computational imaging systems.
I'm partially supported by a Texas Instruments Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship. Thank you, TI!
Research Assistant, Ashok Veeraraghavan Lab, Sep 2013 - Present Deep Learning Powered Computational Photography and Computer Vision
Visiting Researcher, Oliver Cossairt Lab, Mar - May 2016
Compressive Spatial-temporal Multiplexing ToF Camera and Video Holography
Napas Udomsak, B.S. ECE, Rice University 19’, Century Scholar Yuzhong Huang, B.S. ECE, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering 18’ Jiyue Yang, B.S. ECE, Cornell University 16’, now at UCLA ECE
Judy Stephen, B.S. ECE, Cornell University 16’
Yixin Chen, B.S. ECE, Rice University 18’
Volunteer Chair, IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography 2016
Reviewer, OSA Applied Optics
Lead TA, ELEC/COMP 576 Intro to Deep Learning, Rice University, 2017
TA, ELEC 345/546 Introduction to Computer Vision, Rice University, Spring 2017
Invited Instructor, ELEC 681 Fundamentals of Machine Learning, Rice University, Spring 2016
TA, BIOE 451/452, ELEC 494 Senior Design, Rice University, Fall 2015 - Spring 2016
TA, ELEC 241 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I, Rice University, Spring 2014
From 2009 to 2013, I was an undergraduate student at RIT,
studying Imaging Science
in the Carlson Center for Imaging Science
and Management Information System in the Saunders College of Business.
I spent the fall semester of my senior year at
St. Catz at University of Oxford,
UK as a visiting student, taking courses in Computer Graphics and Machine Learning, and studying
Analysis of 18th Century Music with Dr. John Traill.
I graduated from RIT with a Bachelor's Degree (High Honors) in Imaging Science and a concentration in Music in May 2013.