Yue Jiang
Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland
Email: yuejiang [at] cs.umd.edu
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I am an undistinguished student luckly accepted by my nice supervisor Prof. Matthias Zwicker as a graduate student in the Computer Graphics Group, University of Maryland, College Park .
I also work closely with Prof. Wolfgang Stuerzlinger (Simon Fraser University, Canada) and Prof. Christof Lutteroth (University of Bath, UK) on Human Computer Interaction projects.
Before joining UMD, I got my bachelor degree in Computer Science Specialist with a Mathematics Major from the University of Toronto . All the courses I have taken at University of Toronto can be found here.
I am from Nanjing, a very beautiful city in the east of China, which has served as the capital of China for ten times in the history of China.

photo taken in my senior high school (2010).

Publications

SDFDiff: Differentiable Rendering of Signed Distance Fields for 3D Shape Optimization
Yue Jiang, Dantong Ji, Zhizhong Han, Matthias Zwicker
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2020 (Conditional Accept)

ORCSolver: An Efficient Solver for Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints
Yue Jiang, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Matthias Zwicker, Christof Lutteroth
the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2020

The Government's Dividend: Complex Perceptions of Social Media Misinformation in China
Zhicong Lu, Yue Jiang, Cheng Lu, Mor Naaman, Daniel Wigdor
the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2020

ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints
Yue Jiang, Ruofei Du, Christof Lutteroth, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger
the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2019

Education

Professional Experience

  • Research Intern @ Adobe Research
    Jan. 2020 - May 2020
    College Park, Maryland, US

  • Software Engineer @ Intel Corporation
    May 2017 - Apr. 2018
    San Jose, California, US


Academic Service (Program Committee)

  • Associate Chair (AC) for CHI2020 Late Breaking Works


Academic Service (Reviewing)

  • CHI2020
  • IEEE VR 2020
  • CHI2019 Late Breaking Works
  • IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI2019)
  • Pacific Graphics (PG2019)
  • IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT2019)
  • Graphics Interface (GI2019)

Teaching Experience

  • Teaching Assistant, CMSC740 Advanced Computer Graphics (UMD) Jan. 2020 - May. 2020
  • Teaching Assistant, CMSC427 Computer Graphics (UMD) Aug. 2019 - Dec. 2019
  • Teaching Assistant, CMSC427 Computer Graphics (UMD) Aug. 2018 - Dec. 2018
  • Teaching Assistant, CSC263 Data Structures and Analysis (UofT) Jan. 2017 - Apr. 2017
  • Teaching Assistant, CSC263 Data Structures and Analysis (UofT) Sept. 2016 - Dec. 2016
  • Teaching Assistant, CSC165: Mathematical Expression and Reasoning for Computer Science (UofT) Jan. 2016 - Apr. 2016
  • Teaching Volunteer, U of T Touching Lives Overseas, Qinyuan, Shanxi, China July. 2014


Selected Honours

  • Graduate Dean's Scholarship , University of Maryland, College Park 2018 - 2019, 2019 - 2020
  • Maryland Center For Women In Computing (MCWIC) Grace Hopper Scholarship 2018
  • Dean's List Scholar , University of Toronto 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
  • New College Council In-Course Scholarship , University of Toronto 2014 - 2015, 2015 - 2016
  • Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematical Expression and Reasoning for Computer Science , University of Toronto 2015
  • National Olympiad in Biology in Provinces, First Prize 2012
  • China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest, First Prize 2011


Invited Talks

  • Adobe Research,
    College Park, USA
    ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints

    Invited by: Dr. Vlad Morariu Dec 3, 2019

  • Shenzhen University Visual Computing Summer School 2019,
    Shenzhen University, China
    ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints

    Invited by: Prof. Hui Huang July 11, 2019

  • Capital Graphics 2019,
    George Mason University, Arlington, VA, USA
    Signed Distance Function Based Differentiable Rendering

    Invited by: Prof. Yotam Gingold May 15, 2019

  • CHI2019 Paper Session in Intelligent Systems and Interfaces,
    Glasgow, UK (Conference Talk)
    ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints

    Session Chair: Dr. Claudio Pinhanez May 7, 2019

  • UMD HCI Lab BBL Talk,
    Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland
    ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints

    Invited by: UMD HCI Group May 2, 2019

  • Human-Computer Interaction Lab 36th Annual Symposium,
    Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland
    ORC Layout: Adaptive GUI Layout with OR-Constraints

    Invited by: Prof. Niklas Elmqvist April 4, 2019

  • Mathematical Linguistics Group Talk,
    Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
    Vector Addition Systems Reachability Problem

    Invited by: Prof. Gerald Penn Nov 8, 2016

  • Mathematical Linguistics Group Talk,
    Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
    Supertagging: A Non-Statistical Parsing-Based Approach

    Invited by: Prof. Gerald Penn Oct 25, 2016

  • University of Toronto Undergraduate Computer Theory Group Talk,
    Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
    Reachability Problems for Vector Addition Systems

    Invited by: UofT Computer Theory Group Oct 3, 2016

  • Undergraduate Summer Research Program (UGSRP) Talk,
    Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
    Reachability Problems and Vector Addition Tree Automata

    Invited by: Prof. Sam Toueg July 20, 2016


My Name

    My first name is the combination of my mother's last name and "the Moon" which has the same pronunciation as "the Moon" in Chinese and my last name is "river". So my full name is "the Moon over the river".
    In China, "the Moon over the river" is widely used in peoms to express the emotion that although we cannot live together with our family, we can still share the same Moon at night and the Moon over the river can always send the best wishes to the ones we love!
    I hope all the families can have more chance to reunite. If it cannot be realized, I hope the Moon over the river can really help us send the best wishes.


Acknowledge

    I appreciate everyone who helped me or encouraged me throughout my life!
    Special thanks to all my friends in China, Canada, and the US.
    My dream is to be a faculty in the future. I have some unforgettable professors who always supported me and served as examples for me.
    Prof. Faith Ellen is my idol. She encouraged me to speak English as I almost could not speak English when I went to Canada and let me fall in love with data structure and computer theory even though I am not smart. She taught me that it is much more important to be persistent than intelligent.
    Prof. Gerald Penn is my undergraduate advisor in mathematical linguistics group. He has some illusion about me that he often told other people that he would rank me as the best undergraduate student he has ever worked with. I don't deserve it, but really thank him to accept me to join his group.
    Prof. Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and Prof. Christof Lutteroth are my advisors on HCI projects who provided a lot of support and encouragement. I really appreciate that Wolfgang let me work on the fantastic HCI projects without ever having seen me until almost two years later. The second project I worked on with them is my favouriate project I have ever done in my life. I enjoy both the topic and the experience working with them. I got a lot of support from them. I felt so happy everyday when I worked on that project. I got touched by how hardworking they are and how much effect they devoted to me as just a remote student.
    I was a data structure TA under supervision of Prof. Sam Toueg and Prof. Francois Pitt. I appreciate them giving me the chance to teach students data structure proofs for two hours every week. I broke all the chalks in the classroom during my first-time teaching since I was too nervous. I still remember Sam and I worked past midnight to do the grading.
    As for my graduate supervisor Prof. Matthias Zwicker, my gratitude is beyond words.

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