Ronghang Hu (胡戎航)

Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science
EECS Dept., UC Berkeley

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About Me / Bio

  • Ronghang Hu is a Ph.D. candidate in computer science at EECS Dept., UC Berkeley, working with Prof. Trevor Darrell and Prof. Kate Saenko. His research interests include visual and linguistic reasoning (image description, expression grounding, question answering, and visual dialog), and visual perception (object detection and segmentation). In 2019 summer and 2017 summer, he was a research intern at Facebook AI Research (FAIR) working with Dr. Marcus Rohrbach and Dr. Ross Girshick, respectively. He obtained his B.Eng. degree from Tsinghua University in 2015. Previously in 2014, he was a research intern at Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science (ICTCAS) and was advised by Prof. Shiguang Shan and Prof. Ruiping Wang.


  • University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA; 08/2015 -- present)
    Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science
  • Tsinghua University (Beijing, China; 08/2011 -- 07/2015)
    B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering


  • Facebook AI Research (Menlo Park, CA; 05/2019 -- 08/2019)
    Research Intern on vision & language (with Dr. Marcus Rohrbach)
  • Facebook AI Research (Seattle, WA; 05/2017 -- 08/2017)
    Research Intern on computer vision (with Dr. Ross Girshick)
  • Institute of Computing Technology Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing, China; 04/2013 -- 06/2014)
    Research Intern (with Dr. Shiguang Shan and Dr. Ruiping Wang)


Please see the corresponding pages below:

  • Research Projects: research related to computer vision, machine learning and natural language processing.
  • Other Projects: software, libraries and toolkits not directly related to my research.

Professional Activities and Teaching

  • Conference and Journal Reviewer: CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, T-PAMI, T-MM
  • Teaching Assistant: CS188 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (UC Berkeley; Fall 2018 and Spring 2019)