Zheng Shi

About

I am a PhD candidate in the computer science program at Princeton University, advised by Prof. Felix Heide in the Princeton Computational Imaging Lab. My research interests are in machine learning for computer vision and computer graphics. I am currently working on time-correlated imaging using time-of-flight (ToF) histogramming, and image reconstruction under harsh conditions. I received my SC.B. in Applied Mathematics from Brown University.

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Zheng Shi

Publications

 
Zheng Shi, Ethan Tseng, Mario Bijelic, Werner Ritter, Felix Heide
CVPR 2021

Academic Honors

Rohn Truell Prize, 2018 Recipient

Teaching

Princeton COS 426: Computer Graphics, Graduate Assistant Instructor, Spring 2021
Princeton SML201: Introduction to Data Science, Graduate Assistant Instructor, Fall 2020, Spring 2020, Fall 2021
Brown University Academic Tutoring Program, Mathematics Tutor, 2016

Outreach

Día de la Ciencia, 20K Inspirational Stories Contributor, Summer 2020

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