I am a first-year graduate student in the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before that, I was a research assistant at the Multimedia Lab, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Integrated Technology (SIAT), which is cooperated by Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. I am working closely with Limin Wang and Xiaojiang Peng, under the supervision of Prof. Yu Qiao. Before coming to Shenzhen, I received my B.S. degree in summer 2013, from the Department of Mathematics, Zhejiang University, supervised by Prof. Jianlan Wu and Dr. Zaixing Yang.
2014 - 2015 fall
- Teaching Assistant for CS302: Introduction to Programming
- Teaching Assistant for CS367: Introduction to Data Structures
My interest is generally in optimization, statistics and machine learning theory. Particularly, I am intrigued by decision theory and reinforcement learning. I have maintained a strong interest towards these cool fields, fascinated by their beauty and practicality. I am also actively engaged in the application of learning theory in fields like computer vision and computational biology, which inspires my truly understanding on the power of theory.
THUMOS'13 Action Recognition Challenge (in conjuction with ICCV 2013 Action Workshop)
Team: CAS_SIAT. Members: Xiaojiang Peng, Limin Wang, Zhuowei Cai, Yu Qiao
Rank: 4th/16 teams ; Actual Rank: 1st/16 teams. [Technical Report]
Multi-View Super Vector for Action Recognition
[Code] [Supplement] [Video] [Poster] [PPT]
Zhuowei Cai, Limin Wang, Xiaojiang Peng, Yu Qiao.
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2014.
Effect of Urea Concentration on Aggregation of Amyloidogenic Hexapeptides
Cai, Zhuowei; Li, Jingqiang; Yin, Chunji; Yang, Zaixing; Wu, Jianlan; Zhou, Ruhong
THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICICAL CHEMISTRY, B PART, Accepted.
Molecular Mechanism of the Early Stage of Amyloidogenic Hexapeptides Aggregation
SHI Bi-Yun, ZHOU Bo, CAI Zhuo-Wei, XIU Peng, YANG Zai-Xing
COMMUNICATION IN THEORECTICAL PHYSICS (2013).
Bayesian Optimization: A well-written tutorial by Eric Brochu et al