I am a second year PhD student in Existential Robotics Lab of UCSD, and my advisor is Professor Nikolay Atanasov. I am interested in computer vision and its application on mobile platforms, such as UAVs and cars.
I obtained my Bachelor's degree from Naitional University of Singapore. After graduation, I joined the NUS UAV Research Group and worked at Temasek Laboratories for two years.
The full list of my publications is in Google Scholar, ResearchGate, and dblp.
My professional profile is in LinkedIn. My English name is Shane.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading detective and Sci Fi novels, and writing. A Myestery Trip in the US is published in the Chinese Mystery Magazine, A Myestery Trip in the UK is published in the Chinese Mystery Weekly, and my Sci Fi novel is The Forth Law of Robotics.
April 16, 2019 Our work on keypoint detection is accepted at 2019 SoCal Robotics Symposium
September 30, 2018 My research is featured in UCSD ECE Brochure 18-19
July 15, 2018 I helped conduct a case study featuring our lab for using clound computing with GPUs Training Deep Models for UAVs
July 16, 2017 Our paper A spatiotemporal model with visual attention for video classification is presented at RSS 2017 Workshop on Articulated Model Tracking