Ming Zhong


Ph.D. candidate
Department of Computer Science
Stony Brook University

Email: mzhong (at) cs (dot) stonybrook (dot) edu

About Me

I am a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. Before joining the department in 2010, I received my B.Eng. degree in computer science from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). I also have internship experiences in DreamWorks Animation (2013 summer) and Google (2015 summer).

My current research is mainly on 3D geometric modeling and shape analysis, but I'm also interested in the general field of visual computing, including graphics, vision, image processing, signal processing, and HCI. My My advisor is Prof. Hong Qin.

Here links to my CV.

 

Research

Ming Zhong and Hong Qin, "Surface Inpainting with Sparsity Constraints"
in submission, 2015
[pdf]

Ming Zhong, "Novel Spectral Representations and Sparsity-Based Methods for Shape Modeling and Analysis" (TR)
[pdf, slides]

Ming Zhong and Hong Qin, "Sparse Approximation of 3D Shapes via Spectral Graph Wavelets"
Computer Graphics International, 2014
[pdf, slides]

Ming Zhong, Tingbo Hou, Hong Qin, "A Hierarchical Approach to High-Quality Partial Shape Registration"
International Conference on Patter Recognition, 2012
[pdf, poster]

Tingbo Hou, Xiaohua Hou, Ming Zhong, Hong Qin, "Bag-of-Feature-Graphs: A New Paradigm for Non-rigid Shape Retrieval"
International Conference on Patter Recognition, 2012
[pdf, slides]

Tingbo Hou, Ming Zhong, Hong Qin, "Diffusion-Driven High-Order Matching of Partial Deformable Shapes"
International Conference on Patter Recognition, 2012
[pdf, poster]

Ming Zhong, "Harmonic Shape Analysis: From Fourier to Wavelets" (TR)
[pdf, slides]