PhD student, LTI
I am originally from ChaoZhou, China, but, due to some random walk, I now live in Pittsburgh, USA. I received my bachelor degree of software engineering and statistics from Sun Yat-sen University in 2010. Then I came to CMU in autumn of 2010. Now I am a member of the Informedia Group under the supervision of Dr. Alexander G. Hauptmann. My principal interests lie in the development of statistical machine learning, speech recognition and computer vision methodology and their application to large scale multimedia analysis and retrieval. Specifically, I hope to build a system that can index video data and make it a structured media. Broadly speaking, I am interested in research that makes computers become intelligent.
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1. Double Fusion for Multimedia Event Detection.
Zhenzhong Lan,Lei Bao, Shoou-I Yu, Wei Liu, Alexander G. Hauptmann
The 18th Int. Conf. on Multimdeida Modeling (MMM'12), 2012. [PDF]
2. Joint Segmentation and Classification of Human Action.
M.H.Nguyen, Zhenzhong Lan, F. De la.
IEEE Int. Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR'11),2011. [PDF]
3. Extending Semi-supervised Learning methods for Inductive Transfer Learning.
Yuan Shi, Zhenzhong Lan, et.al.
IEEE Conf. on Data Mining (ICDM'09), 2009. [PDF]
Last modified NOV. 2011.