USC Viterbi School Of Engineering

Tung-Sing Leung

Tung-Sing Leung

Contact: tungsinl at usc.edu
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Research Interests
Computer vision, Robotics and Machine Learning

Advisor
Prof. Gérard G. Medioni

Short Bio

Tung-Sing Leung is pursuing a PhD degree in Computer Science at University of Southern California. His research interests include computer vision, machine learning and robotics. He majored in Electrical and Computer Engineering as an undergraduate at National University of Singapore. Leung received MEng in Computer Science in 2009 from Cornell University. He is a Senior Member of Technical Staff in DSO National Laboratories in Singapore, and has developed many computer vision algorithms for different types of robotics system from 2002 to 2009. Leung was then awarded DSO scholarship for further studies in United States.

Publications
  1. Tung-Sing Leung and Gerard Medioni, "Geolocalization using mobile phone and street grid map in dynamic environment," IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, ICME, June 2015. To appear. [Dataset]

  2. Tung-Sing Leung and Gerard Medioni, "Visual navigation aid for the blind in dynamic environ- ments," IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) Workshops, June 2014. [Dataset]

  3. Y. H. Lee. T. S. Leung and G. Médioni, "Real-time staircase detection from a wearable stereo system," Pattern Recognition (ICPR), 2012 21st International Conference on , vol., no., pp.3770,3773, 11-15 Nov. 2012. [PDF]

  4. D. Lee, M. McClelland, J. Schneider, T. L. Yang, D. Gallagher, J. Wang, D.Shah, N. Ahmed, P. Moran, B. Jones, T. S. Leung, A. Nathan, H. Kress-Gazit, and M. Campbell, "Distributed, collaborative human-robotic networks for outdoor experiments in search, identify and track, " Proc. SPIE 7833, 78330E (2010). [PDF]

  5. A. Mittal, L.-F. Cheong and T.-S. Leung, "Robust Identification of gradual shot transition types," IEEE international Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), New York, pages: II-413 to II-416, September 2002. [PDF]

  6. A. Mittal, L.-F. Cheong and T.-S. Leung, "Dynamic Bayesian framework for extracting temporal structure in video," IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR’ 01), Hawaii, USA December 2001, Vol II, pages 110-115. [PDF]

  7. T.-S. Leung, A. Mittal and L.-F. Cheong, "Higher-level video interpretation using shot transition and motion activity features," IEEE International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing, 2001. [PDF]

  8. A. Mittal, L.-F. Cheong and T.-S. Leung, "A unified framework for shot transition type detection," IEEE International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing, 2001. [PDF]