Welcome to Hui Li 's Homepage

Address: Room PQ503, Mong Man Wai Building, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Cellphone: (+852)61563145

E-mail:   xiaohui102788@126.com (the most frequently used)



Basic Information

My name is Hui Li (李辉), a PHD candidate in the Department of Computing of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, supervised by Prof. Lei Zhang. My interest is focused on HDR imaging and multi-exposure fusion during my PHD study.

Education Background

05/2015~now            PhD candidate, Department of Computing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

09/2012~03/2015      M.Eng, School of Electronic and Information Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing, China.

09/2008~06/2012     B.Eng, School of Electronic and Information Engineering, Shenyang Aerospace University, Shenyang, China.

Working Experience

06/2017~08/2017   DJI Innovations, Shenzhen, China (Project: HDR fusion ,degosting and HDR video construction and tone mapping)

06/2016~08/2016   DJI Innovations, Shenzhen, China (Project: Tone mapping, camera pipeline and de-false color)

03/2015~04/2015   Chinese Institute of Electronics, Beijing, China (Administrative work)

05/2014~11/2014  Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (Project: Multi-focus and multi-modality image fusion)


(* Means corresponding author, and Prof. Li Li was my master supervisor)

[J1K. Ma, H. Li, H. Yong, Z. Wang, D. Meng, L. Zhang. Robust Multi-Exposure Image Fusion: A Structural Patch Decomposition Approach[J]. IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, vol. 26, issue 5, pp. 2519 - 2532, May 2017.(link

[J2]Hui Li*, Li Li, Jixiang Zhang. Multi-focus image fusion based on sparse feature matrix decomposition and morphological filtering [J]. (pdf, codedatasetOptics Communications, 512 (2015), 1-11 (IF: 1.542)

[J3] Li Li, Hui Li*, Tian Li, Feng Gao. Infrared small target detection in compressive domain[J]. (pdf, codedataset)

Electronics Letters,  2014, 50(7):510-512  (IF: 1.068)

[J4] Li Li, Hui Li*, Ersheng Dang, Bo Liu. Compressive sensing method for recognizing cat-eye effect targets [J]. 

(pdf, codedataset Applied Optics, 2013, 52(28):7033-7039  (IF: 1.689)



Reviewer For:  

International Journal of Image and Graphics(since 2016.09)

IEEE Access(since 2016.08)

Journal of Electronic Imaging (since 2015.09)

IEEE Signal Processing letters (since 2015.04)

Optics Express (since 2014.09) 

Optics Communications (since 2014.08)

Selected Awards:

2015:  Excellent Master Thesis, Beihang University (1/9/215)

(9 of 215 master theses were rated as “Excellent master thesis” and mine was ranked first among the 9 theses in the department)

2014:  National Scholarship for Outstanding Postgraduate, China

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