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Jialin Zhu

For almost four years after graduating from university, I worked as a software engineer in China. I have played with many programming languages and development frameworks.

AlphaGo, which defeated Go world champion Shishi Li in 2016, made me notice AI (Artificial Intelligence) for the first time. Since then I became very interested in AI and I came to the University of Leeds to study a master course about AI in September 2018.

Then I was honored to join the VCG research group as a PhD in December 2019 and began to transfer from an engineer to a good researcher. I am supervised by Dr. Tom Kelly. My main research areas are Deep Learning and Computer Graphics. Currently trying to use AI technologies to bring new and more convenient ways for solving problems in Computer Graphics Rendering and Modeling.

Room: 2.04, Sir William Henry Bragg Building
Email: ml17j7z@leeds.ac.uk / scsjzh@leeds.ac.uk