I'm currently a Research Scientist at Uber ATG Toronto. I completed my MSc in Computer Science (Machine Learning Group) at the University of Toronto (2016-2018) and was supervised by Raquel Urtasun. Prior to that I completed my BASc in Mechanical Engineering (Mechatronics Program) at the University of British Columbia (2011-2016). My research interests lie on the intersection of Computer Vision and Machine Learning. My CV is available here.
My e-mail is justin dot j dot w dot liang at gmail dot com.
CSC2541: Topics in Machine Learning - Sport Analytics (Winter 2017)
Gave a lecture on two activity recognition papers: End-to-end Learning of Action Detection from Frame Glimpses in Videos and Detecting Events and Key Actors in Multi-Person Videos.
Egg Yolk Consistency Measurement Device
Designed and developed a device that measures the yolk consistancy of an egg by oscillating it on a spring. Please refer to my partner in crime who has written a nice webpage about this here.