I am currently a PhD student in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh supervised by Prof. Hakan Bilen. My research focuses on computer vision and machine learning. Before Edinburgh, I have completed my master and bachelor supervised by Prof. Wei-Shi Zheng in the iSEE group at Sun Yat-sen University where I was working on Object Tracking, Person Re-identification and Important People Detection. It is a great time to work with Prof. Wei-Shi Zheng who thankfully introduced me to computer vision. During the master program, I was lucky to have a visiting study in the Vision Group at Queen Mary University of London where I focused on video search with Prof. Sean Gong.
News (February 2019): My paper Learning to Learn Relation for Important People Detection in Still Images is accepted by CVPR 2019. Congrats to Fa-Ting Hong and Wei-Shi Zheng.
News (October 2018): Two important people image datasets are available!
News (September 2018): I am excited to start my PhD study with Prof. Hakan Bilen.
News (January 2018): My paper PersonRank: Detecting Important People in Images is accepted by the FG 2018 as an oral paper.
News (December 2017): My paper One-pass Person Re-identiﬁcation by Sketched Online Discriminant Analysis is available on arXiv and the project page can be found here.
News (September 2017): My paper Correlation based Identity Filter: An Efficient Framework For Person Search is accepted by ICIG 2017 and is awarded The Best Paper Award.