Xuyu WangAssistant Professor
Dr. Xuyu Wang is an Assistant Professor in the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences at Florida International University. Before joining FIU, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at California State University, Sacramento. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn University in 2018. His research interests include wireless sensing, Internet of Things, wireless localization, smart health, wireless networks, and AI security. He received the NSF CRII Award in 2021. He was a co-recipient of the Second Prize of the Natural Scientific Award of the Ministry of Education, China, in 2013, the IEEE INFOCOM 2022 Best Demo Award, the IEEE ICC 2022 Best Paper Award, the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society 2020 Jack Neubauer Memorial Award, the IEEE GLOBECOM 2019 Best Paper Award, the IEEE ComSoc MMTC Best Journal Paper Award in 2018, the IEEE PIMRC 2017 Best Student Paper Award, and the IEEE SECON 2017 Best Demo Award. He was invited to organize AI health tutorials at CVPR 2020, ICC 2022, and CVPR 2022, a special session at IEEE BHI 2021, and give a keynote speech at CVPM 2020. He is an editor of Elsevier Book titled “Contactless Vital Signs Monitoring”. He is also an associate editor of Elsevier Digital Communications and Networks and a guest editor of ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks.
Honors and Awards
- IEEE INFOCOM 2022 Demo Award, 2022.05
- IEEE ICC 2022 Best Paper Award, 2022.05
- NSF CRII Award, 2021.04
- IEEE Vehicular Technology Society 2020 Jack Neubauer Memorial Award, 2020.06
- IEEE GLOBECOM 2019 Best Paper Award, 2019.10
- IEEE ComSoc MMTC 2018 Best Journal Paper Award, 2019.5
- Faculty Research Incentive Grant (FRIG) Program Award, 2019.5
- 2017 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition, Honorable Mention, Nov. 2017
- IEEE PIMRC 2017 Best Student Paper Award, Oct. 2017
- IEEE SECON 2017 Best Demo Award, June 2017
- Woltosz Fellowship, Auburn University, August 2013-August 2017
- Second Prize of Natural Scientific Award of Ministry of Education, June 2013
Research and Educational Interests
- Wireless sensing
- Internet of Things
- Wireless localization
- Smart health
- Wireless networks
- AI security
2013-2018 Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Auburn University
- Xiangyu Wang*, Xuyu Wang*, Shiwen Mao, Jian Zhang, Senthilkumar CG Periaswamy, and Justin Patton, “Adversarial deep learning for indoor localization,” IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol.9, no.19, pp.18182–18194, Oct. 2022. (*means co-first authors)
- Xuyu Wang, Runze Huang, Chao Yang, and Shiwen Mao, “Smartphone sonar based contact-free respiration rate monitoring,” ACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare, vol.2, no.2, Article 15, Mar. 2021.
- Chao Yang, Xuyu Wang, and Shiwen Mao, “Respiration monitoring with RFID in driving environments,” IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Special Issue on Internet of Things for In-Home Health Monitoring, vol.39, no.2, pp.500-512, Feb. 2021.
- Xuyu Wang, Chao Yang, and Shiwen Mao, “On CSI-based vital sign monitoring using commodity WiFi,” ACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare, vol.1, no.3, pp.12:1-12:27, Apr. 2020.
- Xuyu Wang, Chao Yang, and Shiwen Mao, “TensorBeat: Tensor decomposition for monitoring multi-person breathing beats with commodity WiFi,” ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, Special Issue on Data-driven Intelligence for Wireless Networking, vol.9, no.1, Article 8, pp.8:1-8:27, Sept. 2017.
- Xuyu Wang, Lingjun Gao, Shiwen Mao, and Santosh Pandey, “CSI-based fingerprinting for indoor localization: A deep learning approach,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol.66, no.1, pp.763-776, Jan. 2017. (The IEEE ComSoc Best Readings in Machine Learning in Communications) (The 2018 IEEE ComSoc MMTC Best Journal Paper Award) (Web of Science ESI Highly Cited Paper) (IEEE Vehicular Technology Society 2020 Jack Neubauer Memorial Award)
- Chao Yang, Lingxiao Wang, Xuyu Wang, and Shiwen Mao, “Demo Abstract: Environment-adaptive 3D human pose tracking with RFID,” in Proc. IEEE INFOCOM 2022, Virtual Conference, May 2022. (The IEEE INFOCOM 2022 Demo Award).
- Chao Yang, Xuyu Wang, and Shiwen Mao, “RFID-based driving fatigue detection,” in Proc. IEEE GLOBECOM 2019, Waikoloa, HI, Dec. 2019. (The IEEE GLOBECOM 2019 Best Paper Award).
- Chao Yang, Xuyu Wang, and Shiwen Mao, “SparseTag: High-precision backscatter indoor localization with sparse RFID tag arrays,” in Proc. IEEE SECON 2019, Boston, MA, June 2019.
- Xuyu Wang, Chao Yang, and Shiwen Mao, “PhaseBeat: Exploiting CSI phase data for vital sign monitoring with commodity WiFi devices,” in Proc. IEEE ICDCS 2017, Atlanta, GA, June 2017.