Chia-Wen Kuo (郭佳文) is currently a Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech majoring in Robotics. He joined RobotIcs Perception and Learning (RIPL) lab led by Dr. Zsolt Kira in 2017 as a research assistant and Ph.D. student. He is currently working on leveraging language as a flexible but potentially noisy training signal for vision tasks. He is also interested in learning with less supervision including semi-supervised learning, self-supervised learning, and zero-shot learning.
Before joining Georgia Tech, he worked with Dr. Yu-Chiang Frank Wang on 3D shape generation and pose estimation. Before that, he earned his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University.
May '20 - Aug '20
Jan '17 – Aug '17
Research Center for Information Technology Innovation @ Academia Sinica
Role: Research assistant
Advisor: Yu-Chiang Frank Wang
Project: 3D object reconstruction and pose estimation via generative models.
Aug '17 - Present
Ph.D. @ Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, USA)
Major: Robotics, working on computer vision and deep learning
Advisor: Dr. Zsolt Kira
Research interests: vision and language; learning with less supervision.
Sep '13 - Jun '15
Sep '09 - Jun '13
B.S. @ National Taiwan University (Taipei, Taiwan)
Major: Electrical Engineering