In fall 2015, MCL has a new PhD student, Yueru Chen. Yueru received her Bachelor degree of physics from University of Science and Technology of China in Fall 2014. We had an interview with her.
1. Could you briefly introduce yourself? (Previous research experience, project experience, research interest and expertise)
I get my Bachelor degree of physics from University of Science and Technology of China in Fall 2014. And I have already studied for one year in the physics department of USC. My previous research topics are all related to physics. One is about Graphene Growth on Functional Semiconductor Substrate. Another one is about dynamic characteristic of endocytosis through quantum dots fluorescence probe.
I always consider to transfer to more practical research areas. And then I find MCL which is really attractive to me. I am glad to have an opportunity to study here!
2.What’s your first impression of USC and MCL?
USC is a small but beautiful university. It creates a comfortable studying atmosphere. Also there are many Chinese students, especially in the USC Viterbi School. MCL is like a big family where everyone is warm and friendly.
3. What’s your future expectation for MCL?
Now I work with Xiaqing on 3D retrieval. He is very helpful and patient to me. From there, I want to learn deeply about computer vision and have better understanding on my research. It is really lucky to join our big family, and I hope that in the future I can be a well-trained PhD student and show our passion and knowledge to others as a member of MCL.