Fish Tung

Carnegie Mellon University , 2021
Ph.D. , Computer Science
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Hsiao-Yu (Fish) Tung is a fifth-year PhD student in the Machine Learning Department at CMU, advised by Professor Katerina Fragkiadaki. She is interested in building machines that can understand and interact with the world. Her research spans across unsupervised learning, computer vision, graphics, robotics, and language. She is selected for the 2019 Rising Stars in EECS program. Her research is supported by the Yahoo InMind fellowship and Siemens FutureMaker fellowship. She received her M.S. in CMU MLD and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University. During her master degree, she worked with Professor Alex Smola on spectral methods for Bayesian models and had designed efficient and provable algorithms for unsupervised topic discovery. She was an intern at OpenAI robotics, Google Brain, Adobe research and Intel Parallel computing Lab.


Carnegie Mellon University

Ph.D. , Computer Science

Class of 2021

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