2009 Best Presentation Award
in the final presentation of FrontierLab@OsakaU Program(award on Feb.6, 2009).
2008 National 2nd Prize
The 2008 Intel Cup Embedded System Design Invitational Contest
Hewlett-Packard Outstanding Student Scholarship (172 in total around China each year)
2008 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Scientific Research of Wuhan Univ.
2007 & 2006 A-level
Scholarship of Wuhan Univ. & Excellent Student of Wuhan Univ.(Top 1%)
2007 Outstanding Student Leader of Wuhan Univ.
2007 Positive Worker of the Student Union of Wuhan Univ.
2007 Outstanding Exchange Student of Shandong Univ.
2007 1st place
in the 1,500 Race of the Wuhan Univ. Sports Games
2007 3rd place
in Soccer League Match of Wuhan Univ.
2007 Provincial 1st Prize
in the Essay Writing Contest of Hubei Province
2006 Outstanding Social Activist of Wuhan Univ.
2006 Award for Best Vision Effect in the Blog Design Contest of Wuhan Univ.
2001 National 3rd Prize
in 2001 National Middle School Mathematical Olympiad
2001 Provincial 1st Prize
in 2001 National Middle School Physics Olympiad
Intelligent Target Tracking and Shooting System with Mean Shift(main)
Student Researcher (Team Leader in Intel Cup Contest)
Mar. 2008 - Jul. 2008
WHU-Intel Multi-core Laboratory
: Prof. Gencun HUANG and Prof. Dexiang DENG
: object tracking, Mean Shift, computer vision, embedded system.
: I was selected into the Wuhan University Team(3 members) to participate
in the 2008 Intel Cup Embedded System Design Contest, which was hold by the Ministry
of Education, and Ministry of Industry and Information of P.R.China, and co-sponsored
by the Intel. There're 160 teams from China,USA, India, Singapore and Malaysia. Finally,
our work won the 2nd Prize.
Our motivation was to design a system to help the cameramen in sports events. During the preparation
period, I was responsible for the implementation of Mean Shift algorithm and the module of software.
First, I read plenty of papers about object tracking and math books; second, I read and debugged the
source codes in Intel OpenCV; third, I implemented and optimized Mean Shift based on OpenCV; at last,
I wrote the final report. During the contest period, I designed the testing process and gave the
presentation. After the contest, I developed our system and compared it with related works in papers
and submitted my paper to IPC-08.
Graph-cut-based Image Segmentation in Dynamic Backgraounds (present)
Best Presentation Award
in the final presentation of FrontierLab@OsakaU Program 2008-2009 (awarded on Feb 6, 2009)
New! Presentation slides is avalable!
Visiting Researcher (FrontierLab@Osaka U Program)
Nov. 2008 ĘC Feb. 2009 (Expected)
Human Behavior Analysis Group
Dept. of Intelligent Media
: Prof. Yasushi YAGI
: To make machines have visual perception requires cameras to first recognize,
then track, and finally analyse objects, based on accurately segmented silhouettes from images.
Currently, most gait recognition algorithms assume that people have been tracked and
silhouettes have been segmented successfully. In fact, the problems caused by dynamic background
and articulated objects have not been well-solved.
I'm participating in the Graph-cut-based segmentation development. Finally, I need to publish a
paper and give a final presentation.
ATM Security Assistant Using Face Recognition
Student Researcher (Team member in
2007 Microsoft Imagine Cup
Jan. 2007 - May 2007
International School of Software (ISS for short
: face recognition, Haar-like feature, AdaBoost, classifier, training
: I contributed in the user interface and read papers about face recognition.
Ubiquitous and Customized Peer-to-Peer Picture Sharing based on PIAX
Visiting Researcher (FrontierLab@Osaka U Program)
Multimedia Data Engineering Lab
, G. S. of Info. Sci. and Tech.
: Prof. Kaname HARUMOTO
: ubiquitous computing, sensors, mobile agents, and Peer-to-Peer computing (main); location-based
information sharing,information recommendation for the real life.
: PIAX is an open source framework to develop Peer-to-Peer applications and developed by my
group. I have a separate project, the primary function of which can be described as following: while a
person walks around, s/he takes pictures with the location information attached and may optionally add
comment to them, which will be shared in a Peer-to-Peer network; then, when another person is walking, the
application will notify him/her some location information, such as displaying pictures when there are existed
ones taken at near locations. In fact, the system needs to recommend the user one picture from a lot, which
relies on the content-based image retrieval. Therefore, it has close relationship with image processing.
First, I read papers to understand the concepts, principles or algorithms of Peer-to-Peer, multi
-overlay network, PIAX, Skip Graph, DHT, and LL-Net; second, I debug PIAX source codes to get
familiar with PIAX API; third, I'll design, implement and test the application. I need to implement it using
Peer-to-Peer architecture in a scalable fashion. During the research period, I need to submit work report every day
and give progress presentations to the whole group each week.
Teaching Family Management System Supported by Data Mining
Jun. 2007 - Jun. 2008
Data Mining Laboratory, International School of Software
: Prof. Shuliang Wang
: non-linear database, distributed database, data mining, distributed VOD, RSS
: the project belongs to Scientific Research Program of Wuhan University
I succeeded in applying for this project and I was the leader with four other student
researchers. Our work is an integrated system including the teaching and administerial MIS, video-on
-demand, news publishing, network community and the resource sharing. During one-year-long research, I
managed the whole group, designed the algorithm for the elective system and the huge non-linear database
of personnel information and teaching resources.
Software Engineering Intern
Jul. 2008 - Aug. 2008
Shanghai Primeton Technologies, Ltd., China
Instructor: Fang Shu (Project Manager, Software Architect), Lei Wang (Software Architect)
Research topics: Software Metrics, Function Point, Process Improvement, CMM, CMMI; AWT, JFace, Plug-in
Background: Primeton is a leading provider of component-oriented middleware and is a partner of OSOA,
which is an SOA international standardization organization.
Research work: I researched on Software Metrics, especially the Function Point Counting. At first, I read
papers and cases to understand the concept, scope and role of Software Metrics; then I focused on the
models and methods of the measurement, and compared the tools of the metrics and estimation, such as
AMI and IFPUG; finally, I used and popularized IFPUG in real projects. In addition, I practiced Eclipse
plug-in development by developing a RSS reader plug-in.
Software Engineering Intern
Aug. 2007 Microsoft Training Center, China
Project work: I led a group with 12 interns to develop a personnel MIS, which was developed through
C#.NET + SQL Server. I was responsible for the general design and the implementation of the MSF &
SOA in this project; I also lay down the function and technical manual.
Web Developer (part-time)
Sept. 2005 - Oct. 2006
Dept. of Technology
Ziqiang.NET of Wuhan Univ., China
Project work: I was in charge of web design and database management.
Teaching Assistant, Discrete Mathematics, International School of Software, Wuhan University, Spring 2008
Instructor: Prof. Cunchen Tang
May 2008 - Aug. 2008 Volunteer and touch escort of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
May 2007 - Jun. 2008 Vice-Chairman of Student Union, ISS, Wuhan University
Mar. 2007 - Nov. 2007 Member of Google Camp, Wuhan University
May 2006 - May 2007 Editor-in-chief of the journal Software Time-space, ISS, Wuhan University
Sept. 2006 Volunteer of the 2th IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking
and Mobile Computing, Wuhan, P.R.China, Sept. 22-24, 2006
Sept. 2005 - Sept. 2006 Class monitor (the class was awarded Outstanding Class of Wuhan Univ.)
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