Zijiao Yang

EECS department, Oregon State University

Zijiao Yang (杨子蛟 in Chinese) is a Ph.D. student at Oregon State University, advised by Prof. Stefan Lee. He earned Master’s degree in computer science at University of Colorado at Boulder.

His research interest is ultimately driven by the mystery of human intelligence, and he believes achieving a “deep” level of language grounding is one of the key steps. He has worked on semantic role labeling during Master’s. Currently, he takes vision-language navigation tasks as a platform to study groundness of natural language onto vision and actions.

News

Feb 27, 2023 Our work: “Behavioral Analysis of Vision-and-Language Navigation Agents” has been accepted to CVPR 2023 (25%)
May 11, 2021 Created personal website!

Selected publications

  1. CVPR
    Behavioral Analysis of Vision-and-Language Navigation Agents
    Yang, Zijiao, Majumdar, Arjun, and Lee, Stefan
    Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2023