Wenqi Li

I work as a senior applied research scientist at Nvidia Corporation. Previously, I was a research associate at King's College London (KCL) and University College London (UCL); I received my PhD from CVIP Dundee, UK.

I have been fortunate to do what I love: I'm interested in applying computer vision and pattern recognition techniques in medical image analysis. I write open-source software for open and reproducible research. Most of my contributions are made available via github.com/wyli.

The pronunciation of my first name can be approximated as ['wen'chi]; where "q" is like "ch" in "church".


’19 –– Nvidia Corporation

Senior applied research scientist

"project monai: medical open network for AI", "federated learning"

’18 – ’19 King's College London

Research associate

Honorary research associate at University College London

’15 – ’18 University College London

Research associate

"niftynet: a deep-learning platform for medical imaging"

’11 – ’15 University of Dundee

PhD in medical image analysis

"analysis of colorectal polyps in optical projection tomography"

’10 – ’11 University of Dundee

MSc with distinction in computing with vision and imaging

"video based human action recognition by spatial temporal words"

’09 – ’10 University of Dundee

Exchange student in applied computing

"distributed discussion software to support small group tutorials in complex problem domains"

’06 – ’10 University of Science and Technology Beijing

BSc in computer science


Please see my Google Scholar profile.

ORCID iD: 0000-0003-1081-2830.