Jerry Lingjie Mei 梅灵捷

Email jerrymei_at_mit_dot_edu

I am a master of engineering student at MIT, majoring in EECS and Math. I am currently working with Joshua Tenenbaum as a member of the CoCoSci lab . Previously, I was an undergrad at MIT and Peking University. Here is my CV.

Research Interest

My research objective is to incorporate representations and skills with cognitive priors and the ability to generalize like humans do, with applications in physical scene understanding, visual concept learning and reasoning.

Publications ( show selected / show all by date / show all by topic )

Topics: Physical Scene Understanding Concept Learning (* indicates equal contribution)

Modeling Expectation Violation in Intuitive Physics with Coarse Probabilistic Object Representations
Kevin Smith*, Lingjie Mei*, Shunyu Yao*, Jiajun Wu, Elizabeth S. Spelke, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Tomer Ullman

NeurIPS 2019. Paper. Project. Video. MIT News

The fine structure of surprise in intuitive physics: when, why, and how much?
Kevin Smith*, Lingjie Mei*, Shunyu Yao*, Jiajun Wu, Elizabeth S. Spelke, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Tomer Ullman

CogSci 2020. Paper. Project.