I am a 4th-year PhD student in the Machine Learning Program at Georgia Tech (class of 2024). I conduct my research in the Neural Data Science Lab advised by Prof. Eva L. Dyer. I got my Bachelor’s degree from Fudan University majoring in physics.
My research interests lie at the intersection of Machine (Deep) Learning, Computational Neuroscience, and Computer Vision. I am curious about how deep learning could be used to accelerate scientific discovery, and thus how to design better deep learning models for science. The research projects that I worked on, or am actively working on include:
- Representation learning: Developing self-supervised learning and generative learning methods to obtain robust representation of neural data without relying on explicit human annotation.
- Interpretable deep learning methods: Building deep learning architectures that are interpretable and identifiable under certain pre-defined conditions or assumptions.
- Image segmentation: Efficient methods for image segmentation with limited or noisy annotations, explicit constraints, or topological/geometrical priors.
Outside from research, I do indoor climbing and I have two cats🐱.