Wei Hua

Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University


Current Research

Rigid and non-rigid motion segmentation in face sequence ( ps file )

Automated Facial Expression Analysis

Education

1/1996-4/1997, received Master Degree in Computer Science from University of Pittsburgh

9/1995-12/1995, major in Computer Science, Rutgers University

9/1992-7/1994, received Master Degree in Computer Science from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

9/1987-7/1992, received Bachelor Degree in Computer Science from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

Experience

5/1997–now, research assistant at Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. Focusing on rigid and non-rigid motion segmentation in face video sequence with expressions and head motion. Developed complete automated facial expression analysis software. Advised by Takeo Kanade and Jeff Cohn.

3/1998–7/1998, worked in Sony Aperture Grille Inspection Project. Developed a successful prototype inspection system.

5/1996–9/1996, summer intern at ATG, Union Switch & Signal. Designed and implemented the Domain Application Builder Software tool for use in switch and relay circuit design and simulation.

7/1994–6/1995, project leader at Huaneng Symmetry Inc. Developed a Management Information System for foreign trade companies.

My hometown Hangzhou

Pictures.

I maintain the Pittsburgh Tsinghua Alumni's Bulletin Board.

 

Email: wei@cs.cmu.edu