Prior to coming to Hopkins, I got two B.S. degrees in electrical engineering as well as in applied mathematics in 2009 at Peking University. Then I got my M.S. degree in 2012 at Peking University, under the supervision of Prof. Bocheng Zhu.
Contact: chong.you1987 at gmail.com
I am currently interested in developing robust, efficient and provable algorithms for analyzing visual data with intrinsic low-rank structures. Specifically, we have designed algorithms to cluster data lying in a union of subspaces in large datasets (~1 million instances) with guaranteed correctness. Part of our work has been published at ICML’15, CVPR’16 and CVPR'17.
Generally, my research interests lie in the interplay of optimization, signal processing and statistics with applications to computer vision tasks. For the upcoming research, I am keen on developing practical technologies for understanding visual data.
6. On Geometric Analysis of Affine Sparse Subspace Clustering
Chun-guang Li*, Chong You*, Rene Vidal
(* the first two authors contributed equally to this paper)
In IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing (JSTSP), 2018