I have been working as a PhD student in the Signal Processing Laboratories (LTS4/LTS2) at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland since October 2009. My supervisors are Prof. Pascal Frossard and Prof. Pierre Vandergheynst. My research interests include wavelets, spectral graph theory, and their applications to mobile and online social network analysis.
Before joining EPFL, I received my B.Eng. degree in Information Engineering from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China and my M.Sc. degree in Signal Processing from Institute for Digital Communications, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK. In addition to my academic life, I also had some industrial experiences with Motorola China in Hangzhou and Siemens UK in Edinburgh.
[Oct 2014] I have moved. Bye EPFL!
[May 2014] I defened my PhD thesis 🙂
[Dec 2013] Paper accepted in IEEE TSP.
[Sep 2013] Demo paper accepted at the IEEE ICDM 2013.
[Sep 2013] I was with the Smarter Urban Dynamics Group at IBM Research – Ireland from May to August.
[Aug 2013] Invited paper accepted at the IEEE GlobalSIP 2013.
[Mar 2013] Paper accepted at the IEEE ICASSP 2013.
[Jan 2012] Paper accepted in Elsevier Computer Networks.
[Jan 2012] Paper accepted in IEEE TSP.
[Jan 2012] Paper accepted at the IEEE ICASSP 2012.
[Oct 2011] I gave a talk on clusering with multiple graphs at the NRC Lausanne workshop Oct 13.
[Apr 2011] Abstract accepted at the WIDS Workshop, MIT.
[Jan 2011] Paper accepted at the IEEE ICASSP 2011.
[Dec 2010] I gave a talk on graph clustering at the bi-annual NRC Lausanne workshop.
[Oct 2010] I just passed my doctoral candidacy exam!
[Jun 2010] I gave a talk on wavelet-based reconstruction at the NRC Lausanne seminar Jun 22-23.
[Dec 2009] I gave a talk on regularization on graphs at the NRC Lausanne workshop Dec 3-4.
[Oct 2009] I started my PhD at EPFL!