Tianmin Shu

I am Tianmin Shu, a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of Statistics at University of California, Los Angeles. I currently work at the Center for Vision, Cognition, Learning, and Autonomy (VCLA) under the supervision of Prof. Song-Chun Zhu. I also closely work with Prof. Sinisa Todorovic, Prof. Hongjing Lu and Prof. Michael S. Ryoo.

Before coming to UCLA, I spent four years at Fudan University, where I received my bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering. I was an exchange student at UCLA in the summer of 2013.

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04/2017: Our ICRA 2017 work was covered by New Scientist. [Link]   

04/2017: One paper is accepted to CogSci 2017 as oral presentation.   

03/2017: One paper on group activity recognition is accepted to CVPR 2017.   

01/2017: One paper on human-robot interactions is accepted to ICRA 2017.   

04/2016: One paper on visual perception is accepted to CogSci 2016.
                 One paper on human-robot interacitions is accepted to IJCAI 2016.

01/2016: I am TAing for STATS 232A - Statistical Modeling and Learning in Vision and Cognition, Winter 2016.

03/2015: I am TAing for STATS 130 - Getting up to Speed with SPSS, Stata, SAS, and R, Spring 2015.

03/2015: One paper is accepted as oral presentation at CVPR 2015.   

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