Donglai Wei

Boston College

Names

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Donglai Wei

Emails

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****@csail.mit.edu
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****@seas.harvard.edu
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****@gmail.com

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Boston College (bc.edu)
2021Present
 
Post Doc
Harvard University (harvard.edu)
20172021
 
Graduate Student
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
20112017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Michael Rubinstein
****@mit.edu
20172017
 
Coauthor
Neal Wadhwa
****@google.com
20112017
 
Coauthor
Tali Dekel
****@csail.mit.edu
20152015
 
Coauthor
Fredo Durand
****@mit.edu
20152015
 
Coauthor
Antonio Torralba
****@csail.mit.edu
20152015
 
Coauthor
Bolei Zhou
****@mit.edu
20152015
 
Advisor
William t. Freeman
****@mit.edu
20142015
 
Coauthor
Ce Liu
****@microsoft.com
20112014
 
Coauthor
Yichang Shih
****@mit.edu
20112014
 
Coauthor
Lyndsey Pickup
****@gmail.com
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jason Chang
****@csail.mit.edu
20112014
 
Coauthor
Changshui Zhang
****@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
20112014
 
Coauthor
Zheng Pan
****@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn
20112014
 
Coauthor
Andrew Zisserman
****@robots.ox.ac.uk
20112014
 
Coauthor
Bernhard Scholkopf
****@tuebingen.mpg.de
20112014
 
Coauthor
John Fisher iii
****@csail.mit.edu
20122013
 
Coauthor
Dahua Lin
****@ttic.edu
20122012
 

Expertise

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video understanding
Present
 
low-level vision
Present
 
biomedical image analysis
Present