Hi! I am Zhanwen Chen, a recently graduated master's student at the Biomedical Elasticity and Acoustic Measurement Laboratory and the Artifficial Intelligence and Visual Analogical Systems Lab at Vanderbilt University.
I am fascinated by one research question: how to develop computational systems that could extract, understand, accumulate, and reason with syntactic knowledge from videos and text? I try to ground this long-term goal to the following problems:
- How to apply both syntactic and semantic knowledge in answering visual-textual questions
- Answering questions with social/emotional reasoning: (ICDL '20)
- Learning with small, well-characterized datasets or by imitation
- How to translate from natural language specifications to programming languages and back
Characterizing Datasets for Social Visual Question Answering, and the New TinySocial DatasetZhanwen Chen, Shiyao Li, Roxanne Rashedi, Xiaoman Zi, Morgan Elrod-Erickson, Bryan Hollis, Angela Maliakal, Xinyu Shen, Simeng Zhao, Maithilee Kunda
To appear in the Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL), 2020.[Paper]
Noise Suppression in Ultrasound Beamforming Using Convolutional Neural NetworksZhanwen Chen
Compact Convolutional Neural Networks for Ultrasound BeamformingZhanwen Chen, Adam Luchies, Brett Byram
IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), 2019[Paper] | [Code]
- Application Developer, Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
- Full-Stack Web Developer and Data Scientist, Basil Systems Inc.
- Post-Baccalaureate Web Technologist, Five Colleges Inc.
- Software Engineering Intern, Pitney Bowes
- Information Services/Information Technology Intern, Nestle Waters
- Vanderbilt University Graduate Student Travel Grant to Present Research, 2019
- Inroads Scholarship Award, 2016
- 3rd Place, Area Contest, Toastmasters International Speech Contest
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- Install CUDA 10.0 and cuDNN 7.5.0 for PyTorch on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
- Install OpenCV 4.0.1 from Source on MacOS with Anaconda Python 3.7 to Use SIFT and SURF
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