Luchao Qi

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I work on computer vision and graphics with Roni Sengupta.

Previously, I was fortunate to work with Mohammad N. Ranjbar while I was a software engineer at ValtedSeq.

I received my M.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering & Data Science from Johns Hopkins University where I was advised by Brian Caffo. Before that, I received my B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Northeastern University under the supervision of Ming Qian at Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology.

Opinions are my own and do not represent any affiliated organizations.

Email: lqi [at] cs.unc.edu  /  Scholar  /  Twitter  /  Github  /  LinkedIn

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News

  • [04/2024] I will intern at Lenovo as Research Intern for Summer 2024.
  • [05/2023] My3DGen is on arxiv now.
  • [08/2022] I am leaving my SDE job at ValtedSeq and starting my PhD at UNC Chapel Hill.
  • Research

    I'm interested in generative AI, and personalization. Selected projects are listed below.
    Feel free to reach out if you are interested in collaborating.

    My3DGen: A Scalable Personalized 3D Generative Model
    Luchao Qi, Jiaye Wu, Annie N. Wang, Shengze Wang, Roni Sengupta
    project page / arXiv / tweets

    We personalize a pretrained GAN-based model (EG3D) using a few (~50) selfies of an individual without full finetuning, enabling scalable personalization in a real-world scenario.

    Non-Contact High-Frequency Ultrasound Microbeam Stimulation: A Novel Finding and Potential Causes of Cell Responses
    Luchao Qi, Qi Zhang , Yan Tan, Kwok Ho Lam, Hairong Zheng , Ming Qian
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2019
    pdf / google scholar

    We investigate how ultrasound microbeam stimulation affects the intracellular calcium response of human breast cancer cells.

    Misc

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