About Me

My name is Chi-Jui (Jerry) Ho, a Ph.D. student at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of UC San Diego.
I am a 3rd year Ph.D. student in Computational Imaging System Lab and advised by Prof. Nick Antipa. My research interests include end-to-end optimization, wave optics simulation, and computational photography. I used to rotate in Video Processing Lab, where I worked on medical image registration under Prof. Truong Nguyen’s advice.
Before joining UC San Diego, I received my B.S. degree at electrical engineering of National Taiwan University (NTU) in 2019, where I also worked on computational photography. When I am not working, I love playing and watching baseball. My another big hobby is Go, where I am a three-dan amateur player in Taiwan.
My highlight moment of baseball

Curriculum Vitae

Email address: chh009@ucsd.edu
Last update: 02/13/2023