Mingyu Ding - 丁明宇

Mingyu Ding

Mingyu Ding is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Computer Science, University of Hong Kong (HKU), fortunately advised by Prof. Ping Luo. He is also a visiting PhD student at MIT, working with Prof. Joshua B. Tenenbaum. During his PhD, he has spent wonderful times collaborating closely with Dr. Jingdong Wang at Baidu and Dr. Chuang Gan at MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab. Mingyu obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Renmin University of China (RUC) under the supervision of Prof. Zhiwu Lu.

mingyuding at hku dot hk     [Google Scholar]

Research Highlights

His long-term research goal is to build machines that can jointly perceive, understand, and reason about the physical world.

CVPR20: Depth-Guided 3D Detection

ICRA20: SegVoxelNet

NeurIPS21: Reasoning with DiffPhysics

CoRL22: Embodied Concept Learner

NeurIPS22: ComPhy Benchmark

ICML22: CtrlFormer

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