Long Mai

Research Scientist

Creative Intelligence Lab, San Jose

Long is a research scientist at Creative Intelligence Lab, Adobe Research. Long joined Adobe in June 2017. His research interests are in leveraging deep learning techniques to approach challenging problems in computer vision and computer graphics.

Long is obtaining his Ph.D from Portland State University where he worked with Professor Feng Liu. His Ph.D work focuses on exploring data-driven models for visual aggregation which aim to combine results from multiple existing computer vision methods into better ones.

My Publications

Interactive Boundary Prediction for Object Selection

Le, H., Mai, L., Price, B., Cohen, S., Jin, H., Liu, F. (Sep. 8, 2018)
European Conference on Computer Vision 2018

Video Frame Interpolation via Adaptive Separable Convolution

Niklaus, S., Mai, L., Liu, F. (Oct. 20, 2017)
International Conference in Computer Vision (2017)

Spatial-Semantic Image Search by Visual Feature Synthesis

Mai, L., Jin, H., Lin, Z., Fang, C., Brandt, J., Liu, F. (Jul. 28, 2017)
Spotlight Presentation Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (2017)

Video Frame Interpolation via Adaptive Convolution

Mai, L., Niklaus, S., Liu, F. (Jul. 28, 2017)
Spotlight Presentation Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

Content and Surface Aware Projection

Mai, L., Le, H., Liu, F. (May. 22, 2017)
Graphics Interface (2017)

Composition-preserving Deep Photo Aesthetics Assessment

Mai, L., Jin, H., Liu, F. (Jun. 27, 2016)
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (2016)