I am a first year PhD student at Robotics Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Prof. Jessica Hodgins.
I obtained my master degree at UC, San Diego, advised by Prof. Xiaolong Wang. I received my B.S. degree in Statistics and Data Science from Fudan University,
working with Prof. Yanwei Fu and Dr. Yinda Zhang.
My research interest lies at the intersection of computer graphics, computer vision and robotics.
Specifically, I am interested in 3D human/robot/object/scene interaction and the potential applications in animation, metaverse and robotics.
Google Scholar  /
Zero-shot Pose Transfer for Unrigged Stylized 3D Characters
Shalini De Mello,
Learning Continuous Grasping Function with a Dexterous Hand from Human Demonstrations
RA-L & IROS, 2023
USEEK: Unsupervised SE(3)-Equivariant 3D Keypoints for Generalizable Manipulation
Learning Generalizable Dexterous Manipulation from Human Grasp Affordance
Multi-Person 3D Motion Prediction with Multi-Range Transformers
Hand-Object Contact Consistency Reasoning for Human Grasps Generation
Synthesizing Long-Term 3D Human Motion and Interaction in 3D Scenes
Neural Pose Transfer by Spatially Adaptive Instance Normalization
Thanks to Jiteng Mu