I'm currently a PhD student at Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
of Rice University, working with
My Research interest lies in Computer Vision and
Computational Photography. Particularly, I'm focusing on developing effective computer vision frameworks
for novel computational imaging systems.
An image convertor utility written in IDL programming language for Prof. Carl Salvaggio’s Programming for Imaging Science class. With an easy-to-use GUI, this utility can handle image resizing, format converting, and aspect ratio adjusting.
Final paper of the Detector class taught by Prof. Zoran Nikov. An in-depth investigation of the Foveon X3 detector’s original and improved design, including the operating principles, the physical limitation and the advantages and disadvantages compared to conventional Bayer-pattern sensors.
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.