People

We constantly look for motivated associate research scientists, postdocs (Link, Email), & graduate students (may be from geophysics, computer science, geology, math, physics) to join us for building a better CIG (Computational Interpretation Group).

Group head

Xinming Wu (伍新明)
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Email: xinmwu@ustc.edu.cn
Computational Interpretation Group
School of Earth and Space Sciences
University of Science and Technology of China

Postdocs

Yaxing Li
Xiaoming Sun
Huijing Fang
Fei Luo,co-advise

PhD students

Zhengfa Bi
2017-present
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Zhiwen Xue
2017-present
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Xu Si
2020-present
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Wen Zhang
2021-present
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Jiarun Yang
2021-present
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Hang Gao
2020-present
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Hanlin Sheng
2020-present
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Jintao Li
2020-present
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Master students

Zijian Wang
2020-present
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Hui Gao
2021-present
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Chuanli Dai
2021-present
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You Li
2021-present
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Lei Jiang
2021-present
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Visiting Scholars

Enhua Jiang (蒋恩华)
2022-present
Visiting Master sutdent
Geophysics
Central South University
205011075@csu.edu.cn
Enhua is a master student with Prof. Runjun Chen at Central South University. He has been visiting CIG since March 2022. His research interests focus on MT signal processing.
Fu Wang (王福)
2020-present
Visiting Ph.D. sutdent
Geophysics, Tongji Univ.
1710985@tongji.edu.cn
Fu is a Ph.D. student with Prof. Huazhong Wang at Tongji University. She has been visiting CIG since Aug. 2020. Her research interests include automatic interpretation of seismic structures and apply them as guidance in inversion problems.
  • Wang, F., X. Wu*, and H. Wang, 2021, Seismic horizon identification using semi-supervised learning with virtual adversarial training. IEEE TGRS, vol. 60, pp. 1-11, Art no. 4508611.
  • Zhanxuan Hu (户战选)
    Feb. 2020-present
    Visiting Professor
    Computer Science
    西安邮电大学
    Zhanxuan’s research interests include machine learning and computer vision, especially in problems involving low rank matrix learning and representation learning. He has been collaborated with us since Feb., 2020. He remotely attends our weekly group seminars and helps advise our students who are interested in deep learning. His cross-discipline collaboration with us is successful, he has co-authored two important papers (on geophysics problems) published in IEEE TGRS, and Interpretation.

    Undergraduate students

    The undergraduate students typically join our group in their 3rd year.
    They attend our weekly seminars and collaborate with us on some research projects.
    2019-2023
    Chuang Xiao, 肖创
    2019-2023
    Jinqian Xie, 谢谨谦

    Previous CIG members

    Check out here for the list of CIG alumni.