I joined the Apple ARKit team after graduation. Previously, I received my Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at UC Berkeley. My dissertation is on “Learning to Detect Geometric Structures from Images for 3D Parsing".
I am interested in 3D vision, computer graphics, and artificial intelligence. My recent research focuses on integrating geometric concepts and data-driven approaches into a unified framework. To this end, I design methods to extract high-level geometric structures from images, such as lines, wireframes, vanishing points, and symmetries, and use them to parse scenes into high-quality compact CAD-like 3D models and achieve robust localization.
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Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2020
University of California, Berkeley
B.Eng in Computer Science and Technology, 2015
”*” indicates equal contribution
I was a teaching assistant of the following courses at UC Berkeley: