Multimedia Information Computing Group
Shikui Wei
Professor,  Ph.D. supervisor
Tel:010-51683695
Mail:shkwei@bjtu.edu.cn

   

Shikui Wei    Shikui Wei is a professor in the Institute of Information Science at Beijing Jiaotong University. In 2010, he received the Ph. D degree in the Institute of Information Science at Beijing Jiaotong University. During his Ph.D, he visited Media Lib at Nanyang Technological University and China-Singapore Institute of Digital Media in Singapore as a joint-PhD student from 2008 to 2010. From 2010 to 2011, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in School of Computer Engineering at Nanyang Technological University. His research interests include computer vision, multimedia content analysis, machine learning. He has published more than 50 research papers in academic journals and conferences, such as IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, ACMMM. He has won excellent doctoral dissertation award of China Computer Federation (CCF) and has also be award “Excellent Government-funded Scholars and Students” for his excellent performance. He is a reviewer of many top-ranked journals and conferences such as IEEE Trans on KDE, IEEE Trans on CSVT, IEEE Trans on MM, IEEE Multimedia, Pattern Recognition Letter, ICCV, CVPR, ACMMM, ICIP. He also takes charge of or participates in several national research projects like ‘863’, ‘973’, NSFC. Homepage:http://mepro.bjtu.edu.cn/

About MIC

 MIC group is one of three research groups in the Center of Digital Media Information Processing ( MePro ). Our goal is to develop new approaches for processing big and heterogeneous multimedia information, including text, image, video, 3D, etc. Our research area is highly related to machine learning and computer vision. We attempt to analyze and understand the semantic content underlying the heterogeneous information objects and bridge both the semantic and heterogeneous gaps among them. Application areas include large-scale image retrieval, cross-media computing, multi-modal data fusion, and social behavior analysis.