Liang-Jun Zhang


Ph.D. 2009
CIFellow 2009-2011

Email:  zlj @ cs.unc.edu

Since Oct 2018, I work for Baidu Research, USA on Robotics and Autonomous Driving.
We are hiring for research scientists, postdocs and interns! Feel free to drop me an email.

From Nov 2016 to Oct 2018, I worked as an early stage team member for a stealth-mode AI/robotics startup in silicon valley, on creating disruptive AI solution for autonomous vehicles.

From Oct 2012 to 2016, I worked for Samsung Research America on researching and developing next generation graphics/computing software and hardware solutions for mobile devices.

In 2012, I worked for Honda Research Institute USA, researching and developping path planning, vision and control algorithms for autonomous navigation.

I was a Computing Innovation Fellow hosted by Department of Computer Science at Stanford University from 2009 to 2011. My mentor was Prof. Jean-Claude Latombe.


I graduated from the Department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill in 2009.
My Ph.D. advisor was Prof. Dinesh Manocha. I was a member of the GAMMA research group.


I received my bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Department of Computer Science at Zhejiang University.


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