Mingze Xu

Mingze Xu

徐 铭 泽


Ph.D. Candidate

School of Informatics and Computing

Indiana University


IU Computer Vision Lab

611 N Park Ave

Bloomington, IN 47408

mx6 [at] indiana [dot] edu

About Me

Hi, I'm Mingze. I'm a Ph.D. condidate at Indiana University to pursue a degree in Computer Science as well as a master degree in Statistics. I received a Master degree in Computer Science from Indiana University (2014) and a Bachelor degree in Software Engineering from Jilin University (2012) in China.

Research

My research is primarily in the area of Computer Vision and Machine Learning. In particular, I focus on 1) developing better models and techniques that provide a more compelling sense in 3D reconstruction from multiple images; and 2) applying deep neural networks to recognition tasks, which improves the performance of object detection and classification close to that of humans. I am also interested in Statistics, especially in using probabilistic graphic models to solve practical problems. I am advised by Prof. David Crandall.

Teaching

Fall 2014: B351 "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Computer Simulation" with Prof. Rawlins

      - Taught programming with Python and basic AI algorithms. Designed and graded students’ examination and homework.

Spring 2014: B552 "Knowledge Based Artificial Intelligence" with Prof. Leake

      - Supervised and guided students for their course final project. Held office hour to answer academic questions. Graded students’ homework.