Guangyuan Weng
Ph.D. Student, Northeastern University
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I am Guangyuan Weng (翁光源), a second-year Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Northeastern University, advised by Prof. Huaizu Jiang. My research interest lies broadly in computer vision, including compositional reasoning and egocentric vision. I work on metric and representation learning for visual reasoning, enhancing the vision model with inductive capability.

Before joining Northeastern University, I was a research intern in IU Computer Vision Lab, supervised by Prof. David J. Crandall. Before that, I worked with Prof. Sören Schwertfeger as a research assistant at The Mobile Autonomous Robotic Systems Lab. I obtained my B.E. degree from ShanghaiTech University in July 2021.


  • Compositional Visual Reasoning
  • Egocentric Vision
  • Machine Learning


Northeastern University
Sept. 2021 - present
Ph.D. Computer Science
ShanghaiTech University
Sept. 2017 - July 2021
B.E. Computer Science



Action Recognition based on Cross-Situational Action-object Statistics, 2022, The 12th IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL 2022)
Advanced mapping robot and high-resolution dataset, 2020, Journal of Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Hongyu Chen , Zhijie Yang , Xiting Zhao , Guangyuan Weng , Haochuan Wan , Jianwen Luo , Xiaoya Ye , Zehao Zhao , Zhenpeng He , Yongxia Shen , Sören Schwertfeger
Towards Generation and Evaluation of Comprehensive Mapping Robot Datasets, 2019, IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2019 workshop
Hongyu Chen , Xiting Zhao , Jianwen Luo , Zhijie Yang , Zehao Zhao , Haochuan Wan , Xiaoya Ye , Guangyuan Weng , Zhenpeng He , Tian Dong , Sören Schwertfeger


  • CS5330 Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision (TA) , 21 Fall, 22 Fall
  • Penn AI Robotics Summer Camp (TA) , GRASP Lab, 19 Summer


  • Scholarship for Outstanding Undergraduates (RMB 30,000) , ShanghaiTech University, 2020
  • Merit Students (Top 5%) , ShanghaiTech University, 2020
  • Global Talent Attraction Program, International Summer Research Fellowship ($ 4,000) , Indiana University Bloomington, 2020


  • Our days may come to seventy years, or eighty, if our strength endures;
  • Yet the best of them are but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away.
  • If only we knew the power of your anger!
  • Your wrath is as great as the fear that is your due.
  • Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
  • (Psalm 90:10-12 NIV)