I am a PhD student at University of Oxford.
My supervisors are Prof. Andrew Zisserman and Prof. Victor Lempitsky.
My top-level research interest is computer vision and machine learning.
I am speciallized in fine-grained visual categorization, which is the visually
sub-ordinate categories within a specific domain, e.g. different bird species within
the bird domain.
I have obtained both the Bachelor's and
Master's degree in electrical engineering from ETH Zurich.
Last updated: 14 October 2013.
Yuning Chai, Victor Lempitsky and Andrew Zisserman.
Symbiotic Segmentation and Part Localization for Fine-Grained Categorization
International Conference on Computer Vision. 2013.
Yuning Chai, Esa Rahu, Victor Lempitsky, Luc Van
Andrew Zisserman. TriCoS: A Tri-level Class-Discriminative Co-Segmentation Method for
European Conference on Computer Vision. 2012.
Yuning Chai, Victor Lempitsky and
Andrew Zisserman. BiCoS: A Bi-level Co-Segmentation Method for
International Conference on Computer Vision. 2011.
Yuning Chai. Recognition between a Large
Number of Flower Species.
Masters' thesis at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. 2011.