I defended my PhD, and joined Google Research in June 2015.
Recently accepted papers:
- NIPS 2015 (Spotlight): Spherical Random Features for Polynomial Kernels
- ICCV 2015: An Exploration of Parameter Redundancy in Deep Networks with Circulant Projections
- ICCV 2015: Fast Orthogonal Projection Based on Kronecker Product
Recent ongoing works available on arXiv:
: Compact Nonlinear Maps and Circulant Extensions
: Deep Transfer Network: Unsupervised Domain Adaptation
: Fast Neural Networks with Circulant Projections
: On Learning from Label Proportions (v2)
Photo credit: Eileen Barroso
04/2014: Circulant Binary Embedding (with Sanjiv, Yunchao, and Shih-Fu) to appear at ICML 2014
04/2014: The MNE Paper with Subh received the ACM ICMR Best Paper Award
03/2014: Received the Spotlight Talk Award (3/10) at NYAS Annual ML Symposium
03/2014: The paper about LLP for event detection (with K.T.) accepted as oral presentation at CVPR
02/2014: Released an arXiv draft analyzing the generalization error of LLP
Felix X. Yu is currently working on bleeding edge machine learning technologies at Google Research, New York. He received his Ph.D from
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University, in 2015, and his B.S. from
Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University, China, in 2010.
Yu is interested in large-scale machine learning with structured matrices, learning with weak supervisions, and their applications in computer vision.
His works have been recognized by the IBM PhD Fellowship Award (2014-2015),
the Facebook PhD Fellowship Finalist Award (2014),
the ACM Multimedia Best Paper Award (2011),
and the ACM ICMR Best Paper Award (2014).
Fast deep neural network/ binary embedding/ kernel approximation (ICML14, ICCV15, NIPS15, NIPS16)
Learning from label proportions and weakly supervised learning (ICML13, CVPR14, MM14)
Attribute-based visual recognition (CVPR12, 13, 14, MM14)
Complex video event analysis (CVPR14, ICMR14)
Novel applications on geolocation, and mobile devices (MM11)