Yanfeng Li is a professor in Beijing Jiaotong University. She has been engaged in information processing and artificial intelligence research for a long time. In recent years, she has undertaken more than 20 projects, including the National Nature Science Foundation of China, and the enterprise deferred projects. She has published more than 40 papers in IEEE TIP, IEEE TMI, IEEE TCSVT, PR and other top journals in this field. Her main interest includes medical image analysis, object detection, person ReID, and deep learning. For medical image analysis, she has proposed a series of methods in domain generalization, ABUS tumor detection and segmentation, pulmonary MRI tumor segmentation, mammographic tumor detection and classification. For person ReID, she has proposed a series of methods in supervised ReID, unsupervised ReID, cross-modality ReID and domain generalization ReID. More information can visit: https://faculty.bjtu.edu.cn/8788/
Li Shufeng, a male with a Ph.D. in engineering, currently serves as a professor and doctoral supervisor at the Communication University of China. He completed his doctoral studies in 2011, majoring in Communication and Information Systems at Beihang University. He is a director of the Internet of Things Society of Beijing and the Computer Society of Beijing. Engaged in the frontier of 6G next-generation information technology, his primary research areas encompass MIMO communication, 5G non-orthogonal multiple access, and multimodal information processing. He has published over 50 academic papers in significant domestic and international academic journals and holds 9 granted national invention patents.
Yongbin Zheng received the Ph.D. degree in Control Science from the National University of Defense Technology, China, in 2011. He is currently a Professor and Ph.D. Supervisor with the College of Intelligence Science and Technology, University of Defense Technology, and he is a FuRong Youth scholar. His research interests include unmanned systems and artificial intelligence. He has undertaken 10 projects including the project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He has published 46 papers, 2 monographs and 1 textbook. He also granted 17 patents. He received the Technological Invention Award (Class I) of Hunan province of China in 2018 in recognition of his contributions to multi-modal image processing.
Hui Zhou, Professor of Dalian Neusoft Information University. The main research direction is computer vision, specifically focusing on multi-object detection, small object detection in complex scenes, instance segmentation, and medical image analysis.
In recent years, have been the principal investigator for one major intercollegiate cooperation project, one Liao ning science and technology project funded, one Liaoning natural science fund project, and one project funded by the Science and Technology Department of Dalian City. And also participated in one project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation and eleven projects at the provincial and ministerial level.
More than 20 high-level papers as the first author or corresponding author have been published, including several SCI indexed papers.
As the first author, Zhang Shiling has published more than 90 SCI/EI search papers in the domestic and foreign journals and international academic conferences, 19 Chinese Core Journals of Peking University, won 9 provincial and ministerial awards such as the first prize of Chongqing scientific and technological progress and the special first prize of China Water Conservancy and power quality management Association, authorized 1 international invention patent, 20 national invention patents and utility models, 18 software copyrights, and more than 20 reports of international and domestic conferences, As the project leader, he presided over 2 provincial and ministerial projects at the basic frontier and 3 science and technology projects at the headquarters of State Grid Corporation of China.
Xiaoyong Sun received the Ph.D. degree in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics from Iowa State University, USA in 2010. He has published more than 40 papers in peer-reviewed journal. Currently, his main research interests are plant genomics and phenomics. In genomics, he focuses on high-throughput sequencing data, and analyzes big data using statistical learning and machine learning. In phenomics, he focuses on automatic collection and recognition of crop phenotypes through drones and ground robots. In order to speed up plant breeding, he develops new strategies to bridge genomics and phenomics. He is currently a full professor with Shandong Agricultural University and serves as the academic editor for PLOS ONE.