Ping-Chang Lin


Computer Vision and DL Computational Scientist

Ping-Chang is a Computational Scientist at the Research Computing Center (RCC) at the University of Chicago with expertise in medical imaging and spectroscopy analysis, machine learning/ deep learning architecture implementation, and development. Before joining RCC, he worked at Georgia Cancer Center, Augusta University in Georgia as a research track scientist, preceded by being a research track assistant professor at Howard University in Washington, DC. He received a PhD in Biophysics at the University of California, Davis and was a postdoctoral fellow at National Institutes of Health. As a kid, he was fascinated with mathematics, historical fiction novels, and scientific magazines. Till recently Ping-Chang still enjoys destructing and reconstructing any models on hand with mathematical thinking, which, he believes, can optimize the analytical approaches to image analysis at MiiE.