Leisheng Zhong

I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Electronic Engineering in Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

I received the B.Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2013.

I have been pursuing my Ph.D. degree since 2015 in Institute of Information Cognition & Intelligent System, Tsinghua University under the supervision of Prof. Li Zhang.

Email: zls13 <AT> mails {DOT} tsinghua [DOT] edu |DOT| cn


My research interests include 3D computer vision, robotic vision, augmented reality, computer graphics and machine learning. I am currently mainly working on robust 3D object pose estimation and tracking.

direct2017 A Robust Monocular 3D Object Tracking Method Combining Statistical and Photometric Constraints
Leisheng Zhong, Li Zhang
International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV), 2018
preprint / bibtex
direct2018 A Direct 3D Object Tracking Method Based on Dynamic Textured Model Rendering and Extended Dense Feature Fields
Leisheng Zhong, Ming Lu, Li Zhang
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology (TCSVT), 2018
preprint / poster / bibtex
Projects and Demos

A Stereo-Lidar SLAM System
Leisheng Zhong, 2016

We build a Simultaneously Localization and Mapping (SLAM) system based on a line-scan Lidar and two cameras.

poster / video: youtube youku


3D Object Tracking for Augmented Reality
Leisheng Zhong, 2018

Some Augmented Reality (AR) demos based on our research about 3D object tracking.

video: youtube youku


A Vision-aided Robot Arm
Leisheng Zhong, 2018

We assemble a webcam to the a robot arm (uArm swift pro) and develop some demo applications, including automatic pick-and-place, laser engraving, 3D printing, planar target tracking, and the simulation of air refueling.

video: youtube youku

Honors and Awards

First-Class Academic Scholarship (Image Engineering Scholarship), 2018

National Scholarship for Doctoral Students, 2017

Outstanding Graduates of Beijing, 2013

National Scholarship for Undergraduate Students, 2012

Tsinghua-Samsung Scholarship, 2011

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