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
For more detail about myself, please refer to my CV and my LinkedIn profile.
- 2D and 3D biological image analysis (segmentation, shape analysis,
- Modeling and construction of Optical Coherence Tomography system.