Xi Chen is currently a Ph.D. candidate at McGill University. His research interests include
- V2V: Connected vehicles, Vehicle-to-Vehicle communications and networks, auto-driving safety;
- Ubicomp: Localization and activity recognition with ubiquitous signals (Wi-Fi, FM, geomagnetic, etc);
- Energy: Green and energy-aware computing, electric vehicles.
He is a research assistant at Prof. Xue Liu's Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory (CPS Lab), School of Computer Science, McGill University. He also serves as a research scientist at aerial.ai. He received both of M.Eng. and B.S. degrees from Department of Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
[2017.01] Teaching: I am teaching a graduate-level course "Computer Networks" (COMP535), at McGill this semester.
[2016.11] Paper: "Taming the Inconsistency of Wi-Fi Fingerprints for Device-Free Passive Indoor
Localization", accepted by IEEE INFOCOM 2017 (acceptance rate = 20.93%).(pdf)
[2016.08] Award: ACM Multimedia Conference 2016 Student Travel Grant
[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)