Gaiqing Kong

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I am currently working with Prof. Patrick Haggard at Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL. I obtained my PhD degree from Peking University in 2018 supervised by Prof. Kunlin Wei. During when I was a Ph.D. candidate, I spent about a year and a half working with Prof. Konrad Kording as a joint Ph.D. student at Northwestern University and University of Pennsylvania. CV


Pose estimates from online videos show that side-by-side walkers synchronize movement under naturalistic conditions
Claire Chambers, Gaiqing Kong, Kunlin Wei, Konrad Kording (Co-first author)

Plos One, 2019
[Project page] [Paper] [Code]

How does mixed reality affect quiet stance?
Kong, G.*, Zhou, Z., Wang, Q., Kording, K

bioRxiv (preprint),2017
[Project page] [Paper] [Code]

Credit assignment between body and object probed by an object transportation task
Kong, G.*, Zhou, Z., Wang, Q., Kording, K., & Wei, K.

Scientific reports,2017
[Project page] [Paper] [Code]

Sensorimotor experience in virtual reality enhances sense of agency associated with an avatar
Kong, G.*, He, K., & Wei, K

Consciousness and Cognition,2017
[Project page] [Paper] [Code]

Computer use changes generalization of movement learning.
Wei, K., Yan, X., Kong, G.*, Yin, C., Zhang, F., Wang, Q

Current Biology,2014
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Comparative assessment of surgeons’ task performance and surgical ergonomics associated with conventional and modified flank positions: a simulation study.
Fan, Y., Kong, G.*, Meng, Y., Tan, S., Wei, K., Zhang, Q., & Jin, J. (Co-first author)

Surgical endoscopy,2014
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