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Pingchuan Ma

Ph.D. Student, MIT
Email: pcma (at) csail.mit.edu
Office: MIT Stata Center 32-321
Pingchuan Ma (馬平川) is a fourth-year Ph.D. student at MIT CSAIL advised by Prof. Wojciech Matusik. Previously, he worked with Prof. Bo Ren and Prof. Ming-Ming Cheng at Nankai University.

Family name: () means horse.

Given name: (Píng) (chuān) means flat and level ground without geographical barrier.

Quoted from a Chinese idiom () () (píng) (chuān) , my full name means the flat ground that one can ride straight across and thus implies enjoying a smooth life.

(zhòng) (fēng) (lái) () (tiān) () (shān) (shì) (ruò) 駿(jùn) () (bèn) (píng) (chuān)

There are lots of mountains from Tianmu Mountain, which have the might of fine horses galloping across flat ground.

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Ph.D. Student in Computer Science
Cambridge, MA
Sep. 2019 - Present
B.E. in Software Engineering
Tianjin, China
Sep. 2015 - Jun. 2019
Research Intern
Cambridge, MA
Jun. 2021 - Aug. 2021
Research Intern | US CV Lab
Beijing, China
Jul. 2019 - Aug. 2019
Research Assistant
Advisor: Prof. Jia Pan
Hong Kong
Feb. 2019 - May 2019
Research Intern
Shenzhen, China
May 2018 - Feb. 2019
Research Assistant | Media Computing Lab
Tianjin, China
Apr. 2016 - Jun. 2019