I am a Ph.D. candidate in the computer graphics group at CMLab, National Taiwan University, advised by Bing-Yu Chen.
My research focus on data-driven 2D/3D geometry analysis and synthesis, e.g. data-driven
curve synthesis, and finding rich attributes of objects by leveraging machine learning algorithm and large geometric repositories.
I got my B.S. and M.S. degree in Information Management, both from National Taiwan University. During my M.S. period, I worked in the
graphics group of Communication and Multimedia Lab with Bing-Yu Chen and Yung-Yu Chuang. After
that, I have been a research assistant at the Multimedia Computing Lab with Wen-Huang Cheng, and Imager Lab with Alla Sheffer.
Also, I have been a visiting researcher at the Igarashi Lab at the University of Tokyo with Takeo Igarashi.
I am currently wrapping up my Ph.D. at National Taiwan University and am going to join The University of Tokyo as postdoctoral researcher.
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