Wentao Zhu

About Me

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.

Curriculum Vitae


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
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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.

Media Synthesis | Unsupervised and Self-supervised Learning

Digital Humans | Interpretability and Robustness


In my spare time, I read, travel, cook, listen to music, and play basketball.

Besides Chinese Mandarin, Wu(native) and English, I learned Cantonese in Hong Kong and am learning French currently.

Some life moments