Fengyu(Fred) Yang

PhD student, Yale University

I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Yale University, advised by Prof. Alex Wong. I work closely with Prof. Aaron Dollar in robotic grasping and manipulation, and Prof. Tesca Fitzgerald in interactive robot learning.

Before that, I obtained my Bachelor's degree at University of Michigan, advised by Prof. Andrew Owens. I was also fortunate to work with Prof. Wenzhen Yuan, Prof. Xi Li and Prof. Zhongming Liu during my undergraduate study. I was awarded for CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award (Runner Up) in 2023.

Research interest

My research interests mainly lie in Multimodal Learning (Vision, Tactile, Language, Audio, Depth, etc.) and their applications Robotics and Computer Vision.

Publications and Preprints

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Honors and Awards

  • CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award 2023 (Runner Up), Computing Research Association.
  • Wang Chu Chien-Wen Research Award, University of Michigan. April 2022.
  • Henry Ford II Prize, University of Michigan. March 2022.
  • EECS Scholar, University of Michigan. 2021-2022.
  • James B. Angell Scholar, University of Michigan. 2021-2022.
  • Dean's List, University of Michigan. 2019-2022.
  • University Honors, University of Michigan. 2019-2022.
  • Academic Service

  • Organizer: CVPR UG2+ Workshop 2024
  • Teaching Assistant: EECS 504/442 Computer Vision.