Dr. Shu Zhang received his PhD degree in Computer Application Technologies from Ocean University of China. He is now a research associate at University of Portsmouth. His main research interests include computer vision, digital image processing, 3D reconstruction, feature matching, video analysis, and their applications in facial analysis. He is currently a member of China Computer Federation.
 Zhang, Shu, Hui Yu, Ting Wang, Lin Qi, Junyu Dong, and Honghai Liu. "Dense 3D facial reconstruction from a single depth image in unconstrained environment." Virtual Reality (2017): 1-10.
 Zhang, Shu, Ting Wang, Junyu Dong, and Hui Yu. "Underwater image enhancement via extended multi-scale Retinex." Neurocomputing 245 (2017): 1-9.
 Wang, Ting, Shu Zhang, Junyu Dong, Li’an Liu, and Hui Yu. “Automatic evaluation of the degree of facial nerve paralysis.” Multimedia Tools and Applications 75, no. 19 (2016): 11893-11908.
 Zhang, Shu, Hui Yu, Junyu Dong, Ting Wang, Zhaojie Ju, and Honghai Liu. “Automatic reconstruction of dense 3D face point cloud with a single depth image.” In Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 2015 IEEE International Conference on, pp. 1439-1444. IEEE, 2015.
 Zhang, Shu, Hui Yu, Junyu Dong, Ting Wang, Lin Qi, and Honghai Liu. “Combining Kinect and PnP for camera pose estimation.” In Human System Interactions (HSI), 2015 8th International Conference on, pp. 357-361. IEEE, 2015.
 Wang, Ting, Junyu Dong, Xin Sun, Shu Zhang, and Shengke Wang. "Automatic recognition of facial movement for paralyzed face." Bio-medical materials and engineering 24, no. 6 (2014): 2751-2760.
 Wang, T., L. Qi, J. Dong, S. Zhang, and S. Wang. "Facial paralysis grading: are achromatic images sufficient?." Perception ECVP abstract 43 (2014): 19-19.