Monday, 8 October 2012

 Yun Ling
Email: y.ling@tudelft.nl

Short BIO

Since December 2009 I am working as a Ph.D researcher in the Interactive Intelligence Group at the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. My research is looking into the effect of visual input on feelings of being present in virtual environments.

In September 2009 I obtained a Master degree of Physical Electronics in the School of Electronic Science and Engineering, Southeast University, China.
From 2003 to 2007 I studied in Electronic Engineering in the Department of Intensive Instruction, Nanjing Normal University, China.


Main research interests

The sense of presence created by display devices and its impact on people’s activities in virtual reality
Depth perception
Intelligent virtual agents 
Simulator sickness in the virtual environment
3D visual discomfort

Additional research interests

Detection of region of Interest in images
Detection of region of interest and its application in video image quality assessment
The impact of task on Visual Attention

 Publications

In Press
2012
2011
2010
Busscher, B.de Vliegher D.Ling Y., & Brinkman W. - P. (2010).  Analysis of physiological response to neutral virtual reality worlds.(Willem-Paul BrinkmanG. DohertyA. GoriniA. GaggioliMark Neerincx, Ed.).Proceedings of the ECCE2010 workshop - Cognitive engineering for technology in mental health care and rehabilitation. 59–71. Abstract 
2009
Ling, Y.Xia J.Tu Y., & Yin H. C. (2009).  Detection of region of interest and its application in video image quality assessmentJournal of Southeast University(Natural Science Edition). 39(4), 754-757.