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Hi! I’m Yicheng

I am a fifth-year Ph.D. student at Rice University. I am working under the guidance of Ashok Veeraraghavan in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  My current research topic is Deep imaging: optimizing computational imaging systems using deep learning. The key idea is to design task-specific imaging systems using end-to-end-learning frameworks which jointly optimize optics and algorithms.


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Publications:

PhaseCam3D — Learning Phase Masks for Passive Single View Depth Estimation
Wu, Y., Boominathan, V., Chen, H., Sankaranarayanan, A., Veeraraghavan, A.
IEEE International Conference on Computational Photography (ICCP) 2019 (Oral)
(Best Poster Award)
[paper] [supp] [poster] [project details] [code]

WISH: Wavefront Imaging Sensor with High Resolution
Wu, Y., Sharma, M.K., Veeraraghavan, A.
Nature Light: Science & Applications (2019)
[paper] [poster] [project details]

SAVI: Synthetic Apertures for Long-Range, Sub-Diffraction Limited Visible Imaging Using Fourier Ptychography
Holloway, J., Wu, Y., Sharma, M.K., Cossairt, O., Veeraraghavan, A.
Science Advances (2017)
[paper] [project details] [Rice News][Phys.org] [Futurity]

Improvements of measuring the width of Fraunhofer diffraction fringes using Fourier transform
Wu, Y., Ma, J., Yang, Y., Sun, P.
Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics (2015)
[paper]

Controlling the wave propagation through the medium designed by linear coordinate transformation
Wu, Y., He, C., Wang, Y., Liu, X., Zhou, J.
European Journal of Physics (2014)
[paper]