Rui Gong

About me

I received my PhD from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, with a thesis focused on computational binocular stereo vision:   

“Belief propagation based stereo matching with due account of visibility conditions”

After my PhD, I worked as a post-doc at the Neuroinformatics Unit, RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan under Prof. Yoko Yamaguchi. Here I worked on brain image processing pipeline development and created the cortical flat map for the Brain/MINDS 3D digital marmoset brain atlas.

Now I am a post-doc at the Connectome Analysis Unit, RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan with Dr. Alexander Woodward, continuing my work on brain atlasing and artificial intelligence for Japan’s Brain/MINDS project.

Some of my work:

Brain/MINDS marmoset cortical flat map and grey mid-surface visualised in connectome workbench.

Tools used:


Connectome workbench.

A 3D view of the Brain/MINDS marmoset 3D atlas.

Tools used:

Unity Engine.

3D Slicer.