Neural Dynamics of Visual Cognition Group
I joined the group in March 2021, funded by the China scholarship council (CSC).
I obtained my master degree in engineering from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2019. My master project was about using digital image processing methods and machine learning to realize nondestructive analysis. In 2016, I completed my bachelor degree in optics from the Sun-Yat-Sen University in China.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing Yoga, going swimming and listening to Chinese music.
My doctorate project is about explaining brain data with computational and predictive models. I will concentrate on self-supervised learning.This is a collaboration project and I am co-supervised by Prof. Gemma Roig (Goethe University, Frankfurt). Currently I am working with Kshitij Dwivedi on a project regarding reconstructing video from human brain FMRIs.
My research interest lies primary in the cross sectional area of computer vision and dynamics of visual cognition. More particularly, I am interested in detecting how DNNs can behave like human brains in visual perception.