Jui-Hsin(Larry) Lai --  賴瑞欣

Research Scientist,                                                           

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, New York, US

Jui-Hsin(Larry) Lai is a research scientist in IBM since 2013. His current research interests include real-time computer vision on mobile devices and mobile signal analytics. Lai received his Ph.D. degree from the Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan, in 2011. From 2007 to 2011, he was a project leader in Yotta-Labs, an IC design house in Taipei, where he was involved in designing the algorithm and hardware acceleration of vision-based object tracking, face detection, and recognition on mobile devices. From 2011 to 2012, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia, NTU, where he proposed the adaptive video content to improve the viewing experience of sports videos on mobile devices.

Work Experience

   Research Scientist                                              2013.09 - Present

   IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, New York, US


   - vision-based object recognition on mobile devices

   - indoor navigation with iBeacon integration on IoT applications

   - data visualization on web and mobile display

   Substitute Military Service                                2012.06 - 2013.06

   Environmental Protection Administration, Taiwan


   - information analysis for geography and climate change

    - monitoring and prediction for air pollution

   Post-Doctoral Researcher                                2011.10 - 2012.06

   Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia,

   National Taiwan University, Taiwan


   - human’s heart beat extraction via vision-based sensor

   - sports videos analysis and applications on mobile devices

   Project Manager & Senior Engineer                2007.04 - 2011.08

   Computer Vision Algorithm & Hardware Development          

   Yotta Labs Technology Co., LTD, Taipei, Taiwan


   - algorithm of object tracking and orientation detection

   - algorithm of face recognition and tracking

   - System-on-Chip design on mobile devices for real-time 

     computation of computer vision

Research Topics
    A. Algorithms of Video/Image Processing
        - real-time object tracking and face tracking
        - object recognition and segmentation
        - sports video extraction and analysis

    B. Applications on Mobile Devices
        - real-time computer vision on iOS devices
        - indoor navigation with iBeacon integration on iOS devices
        - image recognition powered by cloud analytics

   C. Publication
      - 5 international journal papers
      - 17 international conference papers

    D. Patent
       - 5 issued
     - 8 in pending

    Tennis Real Play      
    IBR Engine              
    Tennis Video 2.0     
    SR Sprite                 

    Display (Ver.4)