No, I am not the basketball player. I am a Ph.D. candidate in VisLab at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. My supervisor is Prof. Huamin Qu. My research interest lies in the intersection between visualization and machine learning. Specifically, I am passionate in making machine learning systems more transparent and explainable using visualization and interaction techniques.
Before joining HKUST, I got my B.S. degree majored in Civil Engineering with a minor in Economics from Tsinghua University in 2016. During my undergraduate, I explored my interests in chorus, graphic design, and computer science.
- Jul 2018: Our paper Understanding Hidden Memories of Recurrent Neural Networks has won the Grand Prize of Yelp Dataset Challenge - Round 10!
- Jul 2018: Our paper RuleMatrix: Visualizing and Understanding Classifiers Using Rules has been accepted by VIS 2018! Come to our presentation if your are interested!
- Jan 2018: Visiting NYU at Professor Enrico Bertini’s group for one semester!
- Oct 2017: Presented our paper Understanding Hidden Memories of Recurrent Neural Networks in VIS 2017, Phoenix, AT, U.S.
- Jul 2017: Our paper Understanding Hidden Memories of Recurrent Neural Networks has been accepted by VIS 2018!