Xi Chen (Ph.D. Candidate)
Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory
School of Computer Science, McGill University
Montreal, H3A 0E9, Canada.
Email: xi dot chen11 at mail dot mcgill dot caGoogle Scholar Profile is here.
[2016.06] Paper: "DRIVING: Distributed Scheduling for Video Streaming in Vehicular Wi-Fi Systems", accepted by ACM Multimedia Conference 2016 (acceptance rate = 20%)(pdf)(ppt)
[2016.05] Paper: "LORA: Loss Differentiation Rate Adaptation Scheme for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Safety Communications", accepted by IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
Xi Chen is currently a Ph.D. candidate and a research assistant at Prof. Xue Liu's Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory (CPS Lab), School of Computer Science, McGill University. He received both of his M.Eng. and B.S. degrees from Department of Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
His research interests include connected vehicles, Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communications and networks, human activity recognition via wireless signals, optimization of electric vehicles, energy and cost management of cloud computing, green and energy-aware computing.
Testbeds and demos
- VSmart is a DSRC-enabled smart vehicle testbed established at CPS Lab, McGill University, and is partially supported by General Motors Company. (Testbed website, YouTube videos and slides)
- Aerial can tell who you are, where you are and what you are doing, even if you don't carry any wearable devices, smartphones, nor cameras. As long as there are standard Wi-Fi signals in the air, aerial is good to go. (Check our Project website and YouTube video to see the magic!)
Book & Journal
- Yuan Yao, Xi Chen, Lei Rao, Xue Liu, and Xingshe Zhou, "LORA: Loss Differentiation Rate Adaptation Scheme for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Safety Communications", in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (TVT) (accepted for publication, to appear), 2016.
- Hang Luo, Xue Liu, Xi Chen, Ting Long, and Ronghua Jiang, "Software Reliability Analysis Using Weakest Preconditions in Linear Assignment Programs", in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE) (accepted for publication, to appear), 2016.
- Xue Liu, Xi Chen and Fanxin Kong, "Utilization Control and Optimization of Real-Time Embedded Systems", Foundations and Trends® in Electronic Design Automation: Vol. 9: No. 3, pp 211-307, 2015.
- Xi Chen, Lei Rao, Yuan Yao, Xue Liu and Fan Bai, "The Answer is Rolling on Wheels: Modeling and Performance Evaluation of In-cabin Wi-Fi Communications," in Elsevier Journal of Vehicular Communications, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 13-26, Jan. 2015. (pdf)
- Zhenzhi Qian, Xiaohua Tian, Xi Chen, Wentao Huang, and Xinbing Wang, "Multicast Capacity in MANET with Infrastructure Support," in IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS), vol.25, no.7, pp.1808 - 1818, July 2014.
- Xi Chen, Lei Rao, Qiao Xiang, Xue Liu, and Fan Bai, "DRIVING: Distributed Scheduling for Video Streaming in Vehicular Wi-Fi Systems," in ACM Multimedia Conference 2016 (ACM MM 2016, accepted for publication, acceptance rate = 20%), 2016. (pdf)(ppt)
- Xi Chen, Linghe Kong, Xue Liu, Lei Rao, Fan Bai and Qiao Xiang, "How Cars Talk Louder, Clearer and Fairer: Optimizing the Communication Performance of Connected Vehicles via Online Synchronous Control", in Proc. of the 35th Annual IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2016), San Francisco, CA, U.S.A., 2016. (pdf)(ppt)
- Landu Jiang, Xi Chen, and Wenbo He, "SafeCam: Analyzing Intersection-Related Driver Behaviors using Multi-Sensor Smartphones", in Proc. of the 14th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2016), Sydney, Australia, 2016. (pdf)
- Qiao Xiang, Xi Chen, Linghe Kong, Lei Rao and Xue Liu, “Data Preference Matters: A New Perspective of Safety Data Dissemination in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks”, in Proc. of the 34th Annual IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2015) , pp. 1149 - 1157, Hong Kong, China, 2015. (pdf)
- Linghe Kong, Xi Chen, Xue Liu and Lei Rao, “FINE: Frequency-divided Instantaneous Neighbors Estimation System in Vehicular Networks,” in Proc. of the 13rd IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2015) , pp. 172 - 177, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, 2015.
- Kai Xiong, Xi Chen, Lei Rao, Xue Liu and Yuan Yao, “Solving the Performance Puzzle of DSRC Multi-Channel Operations,” in Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Communications 2015 (ICC 2015), pp.3843-3848, 8-12, London, UK, 2015.
- Xi Chen, Lei Rao, Xue Liu, Hongxing Li and Xinbing Wang, “Right Time in Right Place: Taming Workload Balancing Oscillations in Internet Data Center Cost Management,” in Proc. of the 5th IEEE International Green Computing Conference (IGCC 2014), pp. 1 - 10, Dallas, TX, 2014.
- Zhonghao Sun, Fanxin Kong, Xue Liu, Xingshe Zhou and Xi Chen, "Intelligent Joint Spatio-temporal Management of Electric Vehicle Charging and Data Center Power Consumption", in Proc. of the 5th IEEE International Green Computing Conference (IGCC 2014), pp. 1-8, Dallas, TX, 2014.
- Xi Chen, Wentao Huang, Xinbing Wang, and Xiaojun Lin, “Multicast Capacity in Mobile Wireless Ad Hoc Network with Infrastructure Support,” in Proc. of the 31st Annual IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2012), Orlando, FL, 2012, pp. 271-279.
- DSRC: Performance enhancement of vehicular communications (Dedicated Short Range Communication and mobile Wi-Fi) (2012 - present, McGill and General Motors);
- Aerial: Device-free human activity recognition via wireless signals (2015 - present, Tandemlaunch, Aerial.ai and McGill);
- Electric Vehicles: Optimization of energy-efficient EVs (2014 - present, CPS lab, McGill);
- Cloud Energy: Energy/cost management for cloud computing systems in smart grid (2012 - present, CPS lab, McGill);
- Skysensor: Real-time virtual link scheduling in AFDX network (2012 - 2013, McGill and Sponsors);
- Limited feedback design of LTE/LTE-A system (2009-2012, SJTU and Sharp Co.);
- Capacity scaling in mobile Ad Hoc network (2011-2012, SJTU).
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