I am a research scientist at Siemens Corporation, Corporate Research and Technology, Princeton, NJ.
I earned my PhD from Stanford University, major in Biomedical Informatics, minor in Mechanical Engineering.
I worked in Prof. Charles A. Taylor's lab and Prof. Lei Xing's lab. My current research interests are
  • 3D and 4D medical image analysis (segmentation, registration, and quantification).
  • Geometric modeling of healthy and diseased cardiovascular anatomy.
  • 3D modeling of anatomic changes due to device deployment.
  • Numerical simulation and analysis of blood flow and vessel wall motion.
  • Bifurcation detection and tracking of lung tissue motion due to respiration in 4D images.
I was a research intern at Sony US Research Center and an engineering intern at Heartflow, Inc.
I earned my M.S. in Information Sciences and B.E. in Automation from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. My previous research were
  • 2D and 3D biological image analysis (segmentation, shape analysis, and quantification).
  • Modeling and construction of Optical Coherence Tomography system.
For more detail about myself, please refer to my CV and my LinkedIn profile.