My Chinese name is 李睿. Ｉ am currently a Ph.D. student in KAUST, Computational Imaging Group, working with Prof. Wolfgang Heidrich. Before that, I obtained my bachelor’s degree in Xidian University, School of Telecommunications Engineering, and then went to University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), School of Information Science and Technology, as a master’s student.
Research: my academic research interests are using various image measurements (e.g., light field, polarized images, normal RGB images) for higher-level challenging applications, such as photo-realistic 3D reconstruction/representation, viewpoint synthesis, depth estimation, reflection removal via hierarchical representation of neural networks in large-scale data setting.
Else: I also put much time into high-frequency trading and algorithmic trading by AI agent system for better automatic decision making and predicting the near-future actions of trading rivals, currently run a very small private fund in cryptocurrency markets. If you are a daily trader, you will actually meet my trading bots in most mainstream markets (I close them due to market regulation issues recently). Later, I am considering combining blockchain and 3D reconstruction tasks for a photo-realistic NFT as well.
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Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2016-Present
M.S. in Information and Communication Engineering, 2013-2016
University of Science and Technology of China
BSc in Communication Engineering, 2009-2013
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