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Xu HuanAssistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
and Department of Mathematics (by courtesy),
National University of Singapore Office Room: E2-05-13
Department of Mechanical Enginnering
National University of Singapore
9 Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117575
Tel: (65) 6516 4094
E-mail: mpexuh [AT] nus [DOT] edu [DOT] sg
I graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University with a Bachelor's degree in Automation in 1997, and got my Master's degree in ECE from National University of Singapore in 2005. I was fortunate enough to obtain my Ph. D. degree in ECE from McGill University under the supervision of Shie Mannor, in 2009. I then spent two wonderful years in the WNCG group of UT-Austin, as a postdoctral research fellow working with Constantine Caramanis. I have been with the Department of Mechanical Engineering of NUS since 2011. Prior to starting my Ph.D sutdy, I have worked in Panasonic, HP and Oracle for almost six years.
My current research interest focus on learning and decision-making in large-scale complex systems. Specifically, I am interested in machine learning, high-dimensional statistics, robust and adaptable optimization, robust sequential decision making, and applications to large-scale systems. I am currently an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI) and Computational Management Science.
P.S. Xu is my family name, which is pronounced as [ʃuː].
Publications (including preprints and Matlab codes)
Appointed as an associate editor of IEEE TPAMI and Computational Management Science.
Courtesy appointment with the Department of Mathematics, NUS.
Shiau Hong LIM - Postdoc Research Fellow.
Wenzhuo YANG - PhD Student.
Pengqian YU - PhD Student.
Chao QU - PhD Student.
Jie FU - PhD Student, co-advised with Prof. Chua Tat-Seng.
Jiashi FENG - PhD candidate, co-advised with Prof. Shuicheng Yan.
Yuxiang WANG - Research Engineer and Master student, 2011-2013. (Now a PhD student at CMU, Machine Learning Department)
I am always on the look for motivated graduate students. Drop me an email if you are interested.