⬆️ Try to drag around!! ⬆️

Figure 1. Zhaoning Wang when he finally realize why there are only straight faces in NeRF datasets.

About me

I am Zhaoning Wang, a research Master’s student at the Center of Research in Computer Vision (CRCV) of University of Central Florida (UCF). I am advised by Prof. Chen Chen. Before that, I was a visiting research scholar at Human Sensing Lab at Robotic Institute (RI) at CMU, where I am fortunate to work with prof.Fernando De la Torre. I obtained the Bachelor’s degree of Computer Science and Computer Engineering at Unviersity of Wisconsin-Madison, advised by Prof. Yixuan Sharon Li.

Research Interest

I am interested in using state-of-the-art deep learning and computer vision to improve machine perceptions and let them aware of their surroundings.

I am particularly interested in 3D Nerual Representations, 3D reconstructions, Generative Networks and human-related computer vision. I am also keen on data-driven computer vision or synthetic data. I believe these will fundamentally help to bridge the gap between the virtual and physical world, i.e. Computers and Reality.

I’m always open to research collaborations in this area. Feel free to drop me an email at :

zhaoning [dot] eric [dot] wang [at] gmail [dot] com.

Publications

LucidDreaming: Controllable Object-Centric 3D Generation
In submission, 2024

ZOOM: Zero-shot Model Diagnosis
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2023

VOS: Learning What You Don’t Know by Virtual Outliers Synthesis.
International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), 2022

Projects

Tri-plane Diffusion Models
Course Project, 2023