Bio: I am currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Computer Science in Western University,
London, Ontario. I am working with Dr.Jörn Diedrichsen
at the Brain and Mind Institute in Western
Interdisciplinary Research Building. My PhD research focuses on developing machine learning algorithms
to study human brain functional organizations using fMRI data.
I completed my MSc degree at the University of Ottawa advised by
Dr. Emil Petriu. During the master's years, I built a
human-computer interface powered by machine learning algorithms to teach a robot interacts with human
via sign language in real-time. Prior to that, I did my B.Eng in computer science at Tianjin University
focused on image processing algorithms (supervisor:
Dr. Shiguang Liu).
I am currently looking for postdoc opportunities related to Machine Learning and Neuroimaging
starting Fall 2023.
I am interested in Machine Learning and Neuroimaging. My research mainly focuses on developing machine
learning algorithms to solve neurosicence questions, particular in human brain functional
mapping. I'm also interested in developing software applications for neuroimaging studies.
SUITpy toolboxSUITpy toolbox is the python version of
SUIT toolbox for analysis of brain
imaging data of the human cerebellum. The toolbox contains a high-resolution atlas template
of the human cerebellum and brainstem, based on the anatomy of 20 young healthy individuals.
I am a big fan of outdoor activities, especially in hiking and soccer.
To date, I have explored and completed over 50 trails in Canada and China. I also served as captain
of soccer team of Tianjin University in 2013 and led the team reached provincial semi-final stage.
Brainhack Western 2019 and 2020, Western University 10/2019 and 11/2020
The IEEE uOttawa Student Branch, University of Ottawa 09/2015 — 04/2016