Minggui Teng (ζ»•ζ˜Žζ‘‚)


I am a third-year Ph.D. student in the School of Computer Science at Peking University, advised by Prof. Boxin Shi at the Camera Intelligence Lab. My current research area is Computational Photography, with a primary focus on neuromorphic cameras (e.g., DVS, Prophesee, Spike Camera). My goal is to integrate neuromorphic cameras with deep learning to develop the next generation of camera systems, achieving super-human visual sensing and computing. As an amateur photographer, capturing the world through my lens is my hobby. Explore gallery to see images in the recent time.

I obtained my B.S. in Computer Science from the School of EECS and my B.H. in History from the Department of History at Peking University in 2021. During my undergraduate studies, I concentrated on low-quality image enhancement guided by event cameras. Additionally, I have a keen interest in contemporary world history, particularly the history of science and technology. My diverse background helps me address problems from different perspectives, which drives my interest in advancing computational photography and contributing to new innovations.





Selected Publications

* Equal Contribution Corresponding Author

2024

  1. Thumbnail for NB-GTR: Narrow-Band Guided Turbulence Removal
    NB-GTR: Narrow-Band Guided Turbulence Removal
    Yifei Xia, Chu Zhou, Chengxuan Zhu, Minggui Teng, Chao Xu, and Boxin Shi
    In Proc. of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2024

2023

  1. Thumbnail for All-in-focus Imaging from Event Focal Stack
    All-in-focus Imaging from Event Focal Stack
    Hanyue Lou*, Minggui Teng*, Yixin Yang, and Boxin Shi
    In Proc. of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2023
  2. Thumbnail for A Residual Learning Approach to Deblur and Generate High Frame Rate Video with an Event Camera
    A Residual Learning Approach to Deblur and Generate High Frame Rate Video with an Event Camera
    Haoyu Chen*, Minggui Teng*, Boxin Shi, Yizhou Wang, and Tiejun Huang
    IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 2023

2022

  1. Thumbnail for NEST: Neural Event Stack for Event-Based Image Enhancement
    NEST: Neural Event Stack for Event-Based Image Enhancement
    Minggui Teng, Chu Zhou, Hanyue Lou, and Boxin Shi
    In Proc. of European Conference on Computer Vision, 2022


Services


  • Reviewer of Conferences: CVPR 2023/2024, ICCV 2023, ECCV 2022/2024, ACCV 2024
  • Reviewer of Journal: TCSVT
  • Undergraduate Student Mentor: EECS of Peking University, 2021/9-2025/7
  • Teaching Assistant: Computational Photography, Spring 2021-2022
  • Teaching Assistant: Ideological & Moral Cultivation and Fundamentals of Law, Autumn 2021-2022


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