Students

 

PhD student and postdoc vacancies

1. PhD student positions from the fall of 2019 are available. If you are interested in any of the following research areas (not all), you can apply.

  • Brain-inspired artificial intelligence (AI). The aim is to develop more powerful AI models especially neural networks for computer vision related applications based on findings in neuroscience.
    • A background with neuroscience is not required.
    • A strong programming skill is demanded, as demonstrated in your transcripts or related competitions.
  • AI music.The aim is to generate beatiful music using AI techniques.
    • A background with solid music knowledge is preferred.
    • Love for music is required.
    • A strong programming skill is demanded, as demonstrated in your transcripts or related competitions.
  • AI neuroscience. The aim is to study brain functions using AI models based on the similarity between the brain and AI models.
    • A background with neuroscience is a plus but not required.
    • Love for neuroscience is required.

Other profile of the candidates:

  • You have strong enthusiasm for scientific research.
  • You are a highly motivated and flexible team player with the capacity to work independently.
  • You have strong research and presentation skills.

If you are interested, please send me an email with your CV and transcripts. If you can provide a one-page research statement, it would be better.

2. Full-time postdoctoral posisions in above areas are also available. If you are interested, please send me an email with your CV.

Current postgraduate students

Yulong Wang (PhD)

Zhanhao Hu (PhD)

Fangzhou Liao (PhD, co-superivsing)

Shangqi Guo (PhD, co-supervising)

Xiang Li (PhD, co-supervising)

Yueqiao Li (Master)

Haoran Chen (Master)

Jian Wu (Master)

Niange Yu (Master)

Yisu Zhou (Master)

Runxun Yang (Master)

Valery Kovtun (Master)

Current undergraduate students

Jiarui Lu (Dept. of CS)

Han Liu (Dept. of Physics)

Qibin Chen (Dept. of CS)

Jialin Zhao (Dept. of CS)

Jin Wen (Dept. of CS)

Jianjin Xu (Dept. of CS)

Changran Hu (Dept. of EE)

Former postgraduate students

Xi Chen (Master; now @Face++)

Qingtian Zhang (PhD; now Postdoc @ Tsinghua)

Ming Liang (PhD; now @ Apple, silicon valley)

Xiaolu Zhang (PhD; now @ IBM China)

Former visiting students

Shouwen Wang (PhD, Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Xiaoyang Liu (PhD, Huazhong University of Science and Technology; now @ CityU of Hong KOng)

Jianfeng Wang (Master, BUPT; now @ Lenovo)

Xibin Yue (Master, BFU; now @ Moji)

Former undergraduate students

Zhanhao Hu (Dept. of Physics; now @ Tsinghua University)

Yi Zhang (Dept. of EE; now @ Johns Hopkins University)

Shaoxiong Wang (Dept. of CS; now @ MIT)

Chengzhi Mao (Dept. of EE)

Xingyu Jin (Dept. of EE; now @ CMU)

Xiaoyang Guo (Dept. of CS; now @ CUHK)

Ke Bai (Dept. of Physics; now @ Duke University)

Chengxu Zhuang (Dept. of EE; now @ Stanford University)

Jian Wu (Dept. of EE; now @ Tsinghua University)

Yue Zhao (Dept. of EE; now @ CUHK)

Chen Huang (Dept. of CS)

Menghao Zhang (Dept. of CS; now @ Tsinghua University)

Yulong Wang (Dept. of EE; now @ Tsinghua Univ.)

Chen Liu (Dept. of CS; now @ EPFL)

Peiyun Hu (Dept. of CS; now @ UC Irvine)

Tianlin Shi (Institute of Interdisciplinary Information Sciences; now @ Stanford University)

Peng Qi (School of Software; now @ Stanford University)

Shuochen Su (Dept. of CS; now @ University of British Columbia)

Yun Yang (Dept. of Math.; now @ Duke University)

Qiaochu, He (Dept. of Automotive Engineering; now @ UC Berkley)



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