Zhuoyang Pan

Zhuoyang Pan

A Junior-year Undergraduate Student

ShanghaiTech University

Biography

I am a junior-year undergraduate student at ShanghaiTech University majoring in computer science and technology. Currently, I am also a visiting student at UC Berkeley. I’ve been fortunate to work with the Nerfstudio team at the BAIR Lab, under the guidance of Prof. Angjoo Kanazawa. Additionally, I’m part of the VRVC Lab at ShanghaiTech University, where I’ve been mentored by Prof. Jingyi Yu and Prof. Lan Xu since 2021. My primary fields of interest span computer vision, computational photography, and graphics, with a particular focus on the domains of neural modeling and rendering, and the digital portrayal of humans and animals.

At present, my research is centered around unearthing an innovative method of 3D modeling, a method that successfully combines the advantages of traditional rendering pipelines with the cutting-edge progress in neural radiance fields. A significant application of this technology is in animal fur modeling, a subfield to which I am fervently committed.

Outside of academics, my hobbies include playing the piano, photography, and drone flying. I also consider myself a world traveler, having visited more than 20 countries and regions across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

Interests
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Vision
  • Computational Photography
Education
  • B.E. in Computer Science and Technology, 2025

    ShanghaiTech University

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
University of California, Berkeley
Visiting Student of Computer Science
August 2023 – Present Berkeley, CA
 
 
 
 
 
ShanghaiTech University
Bachelor Student of Computer Science and Technology
September 2021 – Present Shanghai, China