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--VCC--

Cutting cross multiple disciplines such as computer graphics, computer vision, human computer interaction, visualization, machine learning and big data analysis, Visual Computing Research Center at Shenzhen University (VCC@SZU) conducts deep research on 2D/3D acquisition, capturing, recognition, understanding, modeling, manipulating, animating and visual analytics/computing, with applications in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, smart city, E-commercial, manufacture, education, art and entertainment. VCC has a world-class research team with many of the researchers receiving their higher education from North America and Europe. VCC enjoys close collaboration with leading universities world-wide, and constantly publishes in top-tier venues such as ACM SIGGRAPH (ASIA), ACM TOG, IEEE TPAMI, IEEE TIP, IEEE TVCG, CVPR, ICCV, ICML etc. For more details, please visit our Research page.


--Join -

Currently there are a few open positions (tenure-track professors, researchers, engineers, postdocs, graduate students, Internsavailable at VCC@SZU. If you are interested, feel free to contact me through email (huihuang@szu.edu.cn). 

Welcome to JOIN US if you are talented and motivated!


--To you and to me--

Below is the proverbs quoted from Professor  Tzi-cker Chiueh

My Responsibilities as Advisor
  Sort of like an NBA couch
- Teach you how to play game as a whole, assuming you know how to dribble
- Create a stimulating research environment
- Come up with example how to do research
- Lead you through the adventure

Your Responsibilities as Graduate Student
- Educate your professors
- Occasionally drop by my office and say "what if we do xxx..."
- Come up with possible solutions when stuck
- Perform experiments and analysis

Preparation
- Motivation
  Curiosity > Prove yourself > Impress your advisor > Get a degree
  You should be in this for yourself, not for anyone else
- Hard Work
  Must be prepared to sustain a period of 12-18 months of >=12 hrs/day, 6 days/week work
- Solid
  Excellence is expensive
  The last 10% to perfection typically consumes 80% of the effort
  It is also what distinguishes between mediocrity and GREATNESS
  The Devil is ALWAYS in the DETAILS

Contact
  839 CSSE Building
  Shenzhen University
  P. R. China 518060
  E-mail: huihuang@szu.edu.cn
  Tel: (+86)755-26530130
  Fax: (+86)755-26534078
Reserach Interests

 ·Visual Computing
 ·Geometry Modeling
 ·Image Processing
 ·Scientific Computing

If I have ever made any valuable discoveries, it has been owing more to patient attention, than to any other talent. (Isaac Newton)

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