I'm a second-year Ph.D. student at Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Prof. Kris Kitani. My research lies at the intersection of computer vision, machine learning and computer graphics. I’m interested in leveraging physics in the visual reasoning of human behaviors, especially 3D pose estimation, taking inspirations from recent advances in character control, reinforcement learning and imitation learning. I also finished my M.S. in computer science at CMU in 2016, where I worked with Prof. Stelian Coros on computational fabrication, motion planning and computer animation. I obtained my B.E. in computer science and technology from Zhejiang University in 2015.
[2018-07-03] Paper 3D Ego-Pose Estimation via Imitation Learning accepted to ECCV 2018.
[2018-06-10] Paper Computational Design of Transformables accepted to SCA 2018.
[2018-05-21] Starting my internship at Oculus Research Pittsburgh.