I am a 5th-yr PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Washington working in Information Processing Lab lead by Dr. Jenq-Neng Hwang. My research interests are in the areas of Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, and Image/Video Processing. My most recent research has been in constructing the continuous tracking system within a camera network. It includes the foreground object detection, tracking methodologies, data association, object recognition, multiple cameras collaboration, etc.
I started my PhD program in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Washington in 2008 and received the M.S. in 2010. Before that I got my B.S. in Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University in 2006.
I was a research intern in Microsoft Research in Redmond in summer of 2012. The project is about building a privacy-preserving multiple-camera tracking system. I have developed and integrated a real-time tracking module into HomeOS, a home operating system. One patent is filed and one paper is submitted based on the result of the project.