I’m an incoming assistant professor at the National University of Singapore. My research area lies in computer graphics and spans to computer vision and artificial intelligence. I’m interested in developing intelligent systems for automatic 3D creation and modeling, an area of paramount importance in the digital and immersive world we are living in today
Currently, I’m at Stanford University’s Computational Imaging Lab working with Professor Gordon Wetzstein as a postdoc. I earned my PhD title at ETH’s Interactive Geometry Lab under the exceptional mentorship of Prof. Olga Sorkine-Hornung.
Through my doctoral studies, I collaborated with renowned institutions such as the Imaging and Video group at Disney Research Zurich, the Creative Intelligence Lab at Adobe Research in Seattle, and the vision group at DeepMind.
My contributions to the field have been recognized through prestigious accolades, including being named an Apple AI/ML fellow and receiving the highly competitive Swiss Postdoc.Mobility fellowship. Moreover, I am humbled to have been awarded the esteemed ETH Medal in 2022 for my exceptional doctoral thesis and honored with the Best PhD Thesis Award by Eurographics in 2023.
06/2023: I will be giving a keynote talk at the Deep Learning for Geometric Computing workshop at CVPR 2023
05/2023: I am one of the 4 awardees for the Best PhD Thesis Award of Eurographics 2023.
03/2023: I will serve on the SIGGRAPH Asia 2023 Technical Paper Committee.
11/2022: I was rewarded an ETH Medal for my dissertation.
I served as a mentor for Summer Geometry Initiative 2022 working with 3 brillian students: Ruyu Yan, Nursena Korprucu and Sara Wang. Please check out what we explored here:
I am a proud mentor at CSNOW (Network of Women in Computer Science).