• PhD candidate in Computer Science, Harvard University
    • Advisor: Prof. Todd Zickler
    • Research area: computer vision. I am currently designing computational stereo algorithms that are inspired by human binocular perception, and I also worked on shape from shading. 
  • Master of Science in Computer Science, Harvard University, 2018
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, 2015

My first name pronounces as Jah-Lee-Awn. 


Computer vision:
Wang, J. and Zickler, T., "Local detection of stereo occlusion boundaries", in CVPR, 2019.
Wang, J., Glasner, D., and Zickler, T., "Toward perceptually-consistent stereo: A scanline study", in ICCV, 2017.
Wang, J., Glasner, D., and Zickler, T., "A dynamic programming algorithm for perceptually-consistent stereo",  Tech Report, 2017.

Reviewed vision science abstracts:
Wang, J., and Zickler, T., "A computational model for local stereo occlusion boundary detection", to appear J. of Vis., 2019 (VSS poster)
Wang, J., Glasner, D., and Zickler, T., "Half-occlusion boundary detectors in computational stereo vision", J. of Vis., 2018 (VSS Talk)


Research Intern, NVIDIA Research in Westford, MA, 03-08/2019 
Software Engineer Intern, Altera Corp. (now acquired by Intel) in San Jose, CA, 05-08/2013.


Acknowledgement: My research computing is partially supported by the Amazon AWS Cloud Credits for Research program and the Google Tensorflow Research Cloud program.