Welcome to Miaojing Shi's Webpage
I am a lecturer (assistant professor) employed at Department of Informatics, King's College London. My research field is computer vision. My current focus is on visual learning and understanding with limited supervision. My projects include object detection, semantic segmentation, crowd counting, visual relationship detection, and object pose estimation. A Short Bio about me !
One UK/EU PhD studentship available, see below !!!
BH(N) 5.07, Bush House, Strand Campus,
30, Aldwych, London WC2B 4BG
Tele: +44 (0) 207 848 8564
[Open] We have one UK PhD position open as a joint of BMEIS and NMS at King's: Fairness in AI for Cardiac Imaging !!
[Open] We have two UK PhD positions open at EPSRC CDT Smart Medical Imaging: 1) AI-Enabled Assessment of Cardiac Function from Echocardiography 2) Semi-supervised detection and tracking of instruments for robotic surgery guidance !!!
[OPEN] One UK PhD position on visual recognition with minimal supervision. More details.
Nov.2020: My master student Mr. WANG Jun has won the prize for the best overall performance on the MSc in Artificial Intelligence at King's. Congrats !
Nov.2020: Two papers accepted on WACV 2021 : 1) Fast Fourier Intrinsic Network; 2) Detecting Human-Object Interaction with Mixed Supervision. They are collaborated with Tampere University, Czech Technical University, and INRIA Rennes !
Oct. 2020: EU-H2020 research grant RESET accepted !! The grant topic is Restarting the Economy in Support of Environment, through Technology. It is a three-year project with Mark Mulligan from the Department of Geography, KCL and other five consortiums. I will RECRUIT one POSTDOC starting from 2021 working on machine learning algorithms in remote sensing imagery and time series data. Details later !
Sep. 2020: One paper accepted on NeurIPS 2020 -Restoring Negative Information in Few-Shot Object Detection- This is a collaboration with Microsoft Research Asia and Tsinghua University.