I’m a postdoc at the Computational Imaging Lab in Stanford University working with Professor Gordon Wetzstein. My area of research lies in applying machine learning techniques, especially deep learning, to challenging image and geometry processing problems.
I obtained my PhD from the Interactive Geometry Lab at ETH Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Olga Sorkine-Hornung. During my PhD study, I have had the honour to work at the Advanced Innovation Center for Future Visual Entertainment (AICFVE) in Beijing Film Academy, the Imaging and Video group at Disney Research Zurich, the Creative Intelligence Lab at Adobe Research in Seattle, and the vision group at DeepMind.
PhD in Computer Science, 2017 ~ 2021
MSc in Robotics, Systems and Control, 2014 ~ 2016
Erasmus Exchange Program, 2013 ~ 2014
BSc in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, 2010 ~ 2013
Technical University of Munich
Jan, 2022 - It’s official now – I successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis and will start a new journey as a post-doc researcher in Prof. Gordon Wetzstein’s lab at Stanford.
Jan, 2022 - After being rejected at NeurIPS 2021, Implicit Displacement Fields (IDF) is accepted to ICLR 2022. We thank all the reviewers, including both at NeurIPS and ICLR, for their time, hardwork and valuable advice. Overall, I had a great experience with Open Review.
July, 2021 - The code for IDF (Implicit Displacement Field) is released!