About me

I am currently a research fellow @ School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne, working with Prof. James Bailey.

I am a passionate researcher with particular interests in Deep Learning and Computer Vision topics: adversarial attack/defense, noisy label learning and generative adversarial networks (GANs). And have collabarated with Prof. Michael E. Houle (NII, Japan), A/Prof. Bo Li (UIUC), Dr. Yisen Wang (Tsinghua University) and Prof. Dawn Song (UC, Berkeley).

A little bit more about me: I received my PhD degree from The University of Melbourne (2018), supervised by Prof. James Bailey and Dr. Sudanthi Wijewickrema. Before that, I obtained my MSE/B.E. degrees from Tsinghua/Jilin University, China.

Professor James Bailey: PhD Scholarships available in machine learning and optimization. Further information is here.

I will be able to supervise several Master by Research students starting from 2019 semester 1, together with Prof. James Bailey. For Unimelb students, please don’t hasitate to contact me if you are interested. Possible projects/topics will appear in Unimelb handbook.

See a map of some places I've visited!

Contact me

Email:
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where NAME = myfirstname.mylastname and ADDRESS = unimelb.edu.au

Office:
Room 9.15, Doug McDonell Building (Building 168)
University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010, Australia