MCL has a new Ph.D student, Hsin-Ying Lee in Fall 2015. Let’s give Hsin-Ying a warm welcome!

Hsin-Ying received B.S. degree from the EE Department of National Taiwan University in 2014 Spring. He got the USC-Taiwan Fellowship award and decided to join USC MCL to pursue his Ph.D degree beginning from this Fall semester. We had a brief interview with him.

  1. What is your first impression of USC and MCL?

USC is quite an impassioned and multicultural place. People in MCL are full of enthusiasms for cutting-edge research.

  1. Could you briefly introduce yourself? (Previous research experience, project experience, research interest and expertise)

My previous research field was electronic design automation (EDA). I led a team to win two international computer-aided design (CAD) contests. I had joined a MediaTek project about datapath extraction and placement. Now I would like to dive into computer vision and start a new journey of research. Currently, my research interests are biomedical related subjects, depth estimation from single image, etc..

  1. What’s your future expectation for MCL?

Because I am just a beginner in computer vision, I have a lot to learn. I hope I can develop some advanced and useful solutions for computer vision problem. On the other hand, I am looking forward to getting to know all team members in the lab and becoming friends with all of you. It is my honor to work with so many brilliant colleagues and I hope I will be a good teammate as well.