Changqing Zou received the BE degree from the Harbin Institute of Technology, China, in 2005, and the ME degree from the Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, in 2008. After that he spent two years at C2 Microsystems, Inc. (Beijing) as a Software Engineer, then he became an Assistant Professor at Hengyang Normal Univeristy in 2010. He joined the multimedia lab founded by Prof. Xiaoou Tang at SIAT, Shenzhen as the first PhD student from Aug. 2011 to Dec. 2014, supervised by Prof. Jianzhuang Liu. During pursuing his PhD degree, He also worked at MSRA and the City University of Hongkong as a vsiting researcher from 2013 to 2014, where he obtained many academic helps from Prof. Lei Zhang, Researcher Changhu Wang, and Prof. Hongbo Fu. He spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at SFU, Canada from 2015 to 2017, supervised by Prof. Richard (Hao) Zhang and Prof. Ping Tan. He currently works at the University of Maryland (UMD), Park College as an assistant research scientist, reporting to Dr. Varshney. His interests include Computer Graphics and Computer Vision.
I currently work at UMIACS as an assistant research scientist.
News since 2015
- Aug. 2017: Our 2D-shape analysis project was accepted by SIGGRAPH AISA 2017.
- Jun. 2017: Our image colour transfer work was accepted by Pacific Graphics 2017.
- Jun. 2017: Our paper "Multi-modal Feature Fusion for Geographic Image Annotation" was accepted by Pattern Recognition.
- Mar. 2017: I served the program committee for CAD/Graphics, Changsha, China, 2017.
- Oct. 2016: Our paper "Model-driven Sketch Reconstruction with Structure-Oriented Retrieval" was accepted by SIGGRAPH ASIA Technical Brief 2016.
- Aug. 2016: Our paper "Action-Driven 3D Indoor Scene Evolution" was accepted by SIGGRAPH ASIA 2016.
- Jul. 2016: Our paper "Full and Partial Shape Similarity through Sparse Descriptor Reconstruction" was accepted by The Visual Computer.
- Jun. 2016: Our paper "Shape similarity assessment based on partial feature aggregation and ranking lists" was accepted by Pattern Recognition Letters.
- Jun. 2016: Our paper "An example-based approach to 3D man-made object reconstruction from line drawings" was accepted by Pattern Recognition.
- Mar. 2016: Our paper "Legible Compact Calligrams" was conditionally accepted by SIGGRAPH 2016.
- Aug. 18, 2015: My proposal for National Science Foundation for Young Scientists was approved. The whole package of the funding was valued at about 500,000 in RMB.
- Jun. 24, 2015: I arrived at SFU and started my Post-doc life.
- Jan. 17, 2015: I received my PhD degree.