I am a senior undergraduate at Peking University, double major in Computer Science and Economics. I am also a research intern at CUHK-SenseTime Joint Multimedia Laboratory, mentored by Prof. Bolei Zhou and Wayne Wu. I visited Prof. Bo Li's group at UIUC for the past summer. In 2018, I studied at Stanford as a visiting student.
My research interest primarily lies in computer vision and human-centered computing. Recently, I work on bridging the gap between machine and human, with a focus on learning structured representations.
TransMoMo: Invariance-Driven Unsupervised Video Motion Retargeting
Zhuoqian Yang*, Wentao Zhu*, Wayne Wu*, Chen Qian, Qiang Zhou, Bolei Zhou, Chen Change Loy (* indicates equal contribution)
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2020
Paper / Video / Project Page
We present a lightweight video motion retargeting approach that is capable of disentangling the three orthogonal factors of variation, including motion, structure, and view-angle. The proposed method can be trained on 2D in-the-wild data in an unsupervised manner and shows superior performance over state-of-the-art methods.
|Sino Group Scholarship, Peking University||2018|
|WWDC Scholarship, Apple Inc.||2018|
|Meritorious Winner, COMAP’s Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling||2018|
|Gold Medal, International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition||2017|
Here are some papers that are related to my ongoing work and/or particularly interesting to me. Please drop me an email if you want to discuss these topics or have any suggestions.