Courses

I taught at Columbia University from 2013 to 2018.

Columbia E6894 (fall 2018)
Deep Learning for Computer Vision, Speech, and Language
Co-taught with Xiaodong Cui and Kapil Thadani

Columbia E6894 (spring 2017)
Deep Learning for Computer Vision, Speech, and Language
Co-taught with Xiaodong Cui and Kapil Thadani

Columbia EECS 6894 (spring 2015)
Deep Learning for Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing
Co-taught with James Fan

Columbia EECS 6890 (spring 2014)
Visiual recognition and search
Co-taught with Rogerio Feris and Jun Wang

Columbia EECS 6890 (spring 2013)
Visiual recognition and search
Co-taught with Rogerio Feris

Tutorials

Tutorial at ICME 2019 (Shanghai, July 8-12)
Visual Search and Question Answering
Co-presented with Lu Jiang and Yannis Kalant

Tutorial at Google AI Winter Camp, Beijing 2019
Convolutional Networks and Their Applications

Tutorial at CVPR 2014:
Learning Visual Semantics: Models, Massive Computation, and Innovative Applications
Co-presented with Shih-Fu Chang, John R. Smith, and Rogerio Feris

Tutorial at ACM Multimedia 2013:
Massive-Scale Multimedia Semantic Modeling
Co-presented with John R. Smith

Interns/Students Mentored

Interns at Yahoo Students at Columbia University Interns at IBM

Ph.D. Defense Committee For

Recommended Reading

For some graduate students you may be interested in How to find innovative ideas for your research project and Convolutional networks and some of their industrial applications. For freshmen or high school students, you may be interested in the following books and stories: