About me

Hello! I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Vision Lab at UC Merced, supervised by Professor Shawn Newsam. Before I came to UC Merced, I received my B.S. degree majoring in Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing from Sun Yat-Sen University, China in 2016,  and worked with Professor Wenkai Li in one-class remote sensing imagery classification.

Here is my CV.

Research Interests

I am interested in computer vision, applied machine learning/deep learning in social imagery analysis and remote sensing imagery.

News and Events
New! 5/21/2018: I started my internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory today, mainly working on domain adaption with VAE on building extraction using high-resolutional remote sensing images.
New! 5/4/2018: My paper titled "Spatial Morphing Kernel Regression for Feature Interpolation" has been accepted at ICIP 2018.
04/2018: I was sponsored to attend CRA-W 2018 Cohort Workshop in San Francisco. 
02/2018: One paper submitted to ICIP 2018. https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.07452
01/2018: I published a new journal paper: One-class remote sensing classification: one-class vs. binary classifiers [pdf].
11/2017: I presented my workshop paper on SIGSPATIAL [slides].
 10/2017: I was awarded a NSF student travel grant of ACM SIGSPATIAL 2017.
10/2017: One paper was accepted by ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop Urban GIS 2017.
10/2017: One paper was accepted by International Journal of Remote Sensing.
8/2017: I changed to PhD program supervised by Professor Shawn Newsam.
5/2017:  I was awarded a Bobcat Summer Fellowship, EECS, UC Merced.
12/2016: I got an A+ for CSE 176 Introduction to Machine Learning, a challenging course!
10/2016: Thanks to Professor Newsam, I was supported to participate in ACM SIGSPATIAL 2016.
8/2016: I came to UC Merced to pursue a Master degree in EECS.
6/2016: I received my B.S. degree from Sun Yat-Sen University in China, as well as received a thesis award.