Machine learning, data mining, and connected multimedia
Human-machine collaborative systems
Gang Hua is a Principal Researcher/Research
Manager in Microsoft Research. He was
an Associate Professor of Computer Science in Stevens Institute of
Technology between 2011 and 2015, while holding an Academic Advisor position at IBM T. J. Watson
Research Center. Before that, he was a Research Staff Member at IBM
Research T. J. Watson Center from 2010 to 2011, a Senior Researcher at
Nokia Research Center, Hollywood from 2009 to 2010, and a Scientist at
Microsoft Live Labs Research from 2006 to 2009. He received the Ph.D.
degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northwestern University
in 2006, and a M.S. in pattern recognition and intelligence system
from Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU) in 2002. He was selected to the
Special Class for the Gifted Young of XJTU in 1994 and received a B.S.
in Electrical Engineering in 1999. He is the receipient of the 2015 IAPR
Young Biometrics Investigator Award. He is an IAPR Fellow, an ACM
Distinguished Scientist, and a Senior Member of the IEEE. To date, he holds
19 US patents and has 10 more
08/14/2017: Four papers accepted
07/01/2017: One paper accepted by
05/17/2017: I am appointed as one
of the three "Associate Editor in Chief" for the Journal of Computer
Vision and Image Understanding.
moved back to Microsoft headquarter in Redmond.
paper, coauthored with my graduated Ph.D. student Haoxiang Li,
accepted by T-PAMI (on our PEP model)
04/06/2017: 1 paper accepted to
SIGGRAPH! My first SIGGRAPH paper (with Jing, Lu, and Sing Bing on
Bidrectional Image Analogy)
03/22/2017: 6 papers accepted to
.CVPR! My 15 years of continuous journey in CVPR, time flies!
03/22/2017: Area Chairs for
CVPR'17, ACM MM'17, and ICCV'17 -- a busy year.