Hi, I am so glad to see you here and thank you for your interests in learning more about me.


I am pursuing a Master of Science degree @ Brown University, USA (one of the eight private Ivy League universities) with a concentration in Computer Science (AI/ML Research Track). Also, I am a student research assistant @ Serre Lab advised by Prof. Thomas Serre and Prof. Drew Linsely. Previously, I completed my undergraduate study @ University of Nottingham, UK (top 100 in QS Global Ranking) with first-class honors in Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence.


At the heart of human intelligence lies our ability to perceive and interpret complex natural stimuli. Humans can learn structured representations by distilling out the important features from high-dimensional sensory data, while machines often struggle with this, especially when faced with ambiguous scenes, subtle cues, or unseen situations. Hence, I argue that current machine vision algorithms do not adequately capture the intricacies of the human visual system and thus fail to reasonably explain relevant visual phenomena. Recognizing the gaps, I’ve developed a broad interest in Human & Machine Visual Perception. There are some open questions I am particularly interested in:

  • Interpretability: How do humans and machines interpret visual stimuli and construct visual representations?
  • Robustness: How robust are biological and artificial vision to out-of-distribution and adversarial data?
  • Compositionality: How can human perception shed light on compositional understanding algorithms?
  • Abstraction: How can humans and machines generalize visual concepts from specific instances to broader categories?
  • Alignment: How can we build models that align with human visual perception with less supervision?

These questions, which are at the intersection of AI, Brain and Cognition (ABC), have significantly guided my academic pursuits. My goal is to translate insights from cognitive science and neuroscience to push the frontiers of AI, thereby deepening our understanding of how cognition drives the inner workings of the brain and the outer ways we behave.



  • Student Research Assistant @ Serre Lab (Brown University), 03/2023 - present
  • Student Research Assistant @ Mixed Reality Lab (University of Nottingham), 06/2021 - 011/2021
  • Student Research Assistant @ NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality (NVIDIA Technology Centre), 09/2020 - 05/2021
  • Student Research Assistant @ Berkeley DeepDrive (University of California, Berkeley), 06/2020 - 09/2020


  • Research & Development Engineer Intern (Automobile Software) @ NIO, Inc., 11/2021 - 08/2022
  • Software Engineer Intern (Video Streaming) @ Juphoon System Software Ltd., 07/2018 - 09/2018


I love to work with people from different backgrounds to solve real-world problems with interdisciplinary knowledge. I believe this process can always boost my creativity, critical thinking, and knowledge transfer. Feel free to reach out to me @ My Email.

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