Bowen ZHANG
Master
Multimedia and Intelligent Computing (MIC) Lab
Tongji University
Office: Room 425, Telecom Building, No. 4800 Cao'an Highway, Shanghai 201804, P.R. China
Email :bowen.zhang.4 [at] usc.edu; 1023zhangbowen [at] tongji.edu.cn
I will join Prof. Fei Sha's group at University of Southern California for 2017 Fall.

About Me (CV)

I obtained my M.Eng. degree in Computer Engineering from Tongji University in Mar. 2017. Previously, I was a visiting student of Multimedia Research Center at Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology under the supervision of Prof. Yu Qiao. I was also a master student of Multimedia and Intelligent Computing (MIC) Lab at Tongji University under the supervision of Prof. Hanli Wang. I am fortunate to work closely with Dr. Limin Wang and Zhe Wang.

I got my B.Eng. degree major in Computer Science and minor in Mathematics from Tongji University. During my undergraduate study, I was a member of Maths Elite Class. I finished my graduation thesis for Bachelor degree in May 2014 and received the best bachelor thesis award of Tongji University.

News

  • March 21, 2017: I will join Prof. Fei Sha's group at University of Southern California for 2017 Fall.
  • July 9, 2016: Project website for CVPR paper is online.
  • June 16, 2016: Our team obtains the 1st place for untrimmed video classification at ActivityNet Challenge 2016 [Result]
  • June 2, 2016: I've updated the implemenation section in our CVPR'16 paper, please check out the new version.
  • March 1, 2016: One CVPR'16 paper has been accepted.
  • November 7, 2015: One CVPR'16 paper has been submitted.
  • November 7, 2015: One paper has been accepted by VCIP'15 as oral presentation.
  • September 14, 2015: We ranked the 1st in The 2015 Affective Impact of Movies Task at MediaEval2015.
  • October 16, 2014: We ranked the 4th in The 2014 Affect in Multimedia Task: Violent Scenes Detection at MediaEval2014.

Publications

Weakly Supervised PatchNets: Describing and Aggregating Local Patches for Scene Recognition
Zhe Wang, Limin Wang, Yali Wang, Bowen Zhang, and Yu Qiao
submitted to (TIP).
[ Paper ] [ Code& Model ]
Real-time Action Recognition with Enhanced Motion Vector CNNs
Bowen Zhang, Limin Wang, Zhe Wang, Yu Qiao and Hanli Wang
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2016.
Real-time action recogntion with high performance. Please check the new version.
[ Paper (New Version) ] [ BibTex ] [ Project page ]
CUHK & ETHZ & SIAT Submission to ActivityNet Challenge 2016
Yuanjun Xiong, Limin Wang, Zhe Wang, Bowen Zhang, Hang Song, Wei Li, Dahua Lin, Yu Qiao, Luc Van Gool and Xiaoou Tang
ActivityNet Large Scale Activity Recognition Challenge, in conjuction with CVPR, 2016.
[ Paper ] [ BibTex ] [ Presentation ] [ Code ]
Encoding Scale into Fisher Vector for Human Action Recognition
Bowen Zhang and Hanli Wang
IEEE Conference on Visual Communications and Image Processing (VCIP), 2015.
Oral Presentation.
[ Paper ] [ BibTex ] [ Presentation ]
MIC-TJU in MediaEval 2015 Affective Impact of Movies Task
Yun. Yi, Hanli Wang, Bowen Zhang and Jian Yu
MediaEval 2015 Workshop.
Top Performance.
[ Paper ] [ BibTex ] [ Presentation ]
MIC-TJU at MediaEval Violent Scenes Detection (VSD) 2014
Bowen Zhang, Yun. Yi, Hanli Wang and Jian Yu
MediaEval 2014 Workshop.
Rank 4th in Main Task and Generalization Task.
[ Paper ] [ BibTex ] [ Presentation ]

Contests

Awards

  • “Shanghai Outstanding Graduates”, 2017
  • “National Graduate Scholarship of China”, 2016
  • “Huawei Scholarship”, 2015
  • “Fellowship for Master Degree”, 2014
  • “Best Undergraduate Thesis of Tongji University”, 2014
  • “Merit Student”, 2014
  • “Volkswagen Scholarship”, 2014
  • “Second-class scholarship for Academic Excellence of Tongji University”, 2012/2013
  • “Third-class scholarship for Academic Excellence of Tongji University”, 2011
  • “Honorable mention of The Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM)”, 2011
  • English Proficiency

  • TOEFL: 103 (Reading: 30, Listening: 27, Speaking: 22, Writing: 24)
  • GRE: 322 (Verbal Reasoning: 154, Quantitative Reasoning: 168, Analytical Writing: 3)
  • Friends

    Limin Wang (ETH Zurich), Zhe Wang (UCI), Yandong Wen (CMU), Tong He (WHU), Sheng Guo (SIAT, CAS), Kaipeng Zhang (NTU, Taiwan)

    Last Updated on March 21, 2017

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