Dr Xinwei Wang
BSc (Honours), PhD

Dr Xinwei Wang

Lecturer in Systems Engineering

Engineering 334, Mile End

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Expertise: My research lies at the interface of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Operational Research with applications in Decision Support and Risk Assessment Systems. Over the years, I have consolidated and structured my research along modelling, optimisation and decision, and cross-cutting engineering applications for aerospace and transport systems.
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Affiliations: Member of IEEE ITSS Ad Hoc Committee on Young Professionals
Member of AIAA Space Operations and Support Technical Committee
Member of WTC Freeway Operation Committee

Brief Biography

Enthusiast about space, aviation, and transport.

Xinwei Wang is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), UK. He was a Postdoc at TU Delft, The Netherlands from 2020 to 2022 and at QMUL from 2019 to 2020, respectively. He obtained a PhD degree from Beihang University, China in 2019. Over the years, he has integrated computational intelligence, machine learning and systems engineering for risk assessment, motion planning and decision making in intelligent systems.

He is an Associate Editor of the Journal Advances in Space Research, and member of Young Editorial Board of the Journal Astrodynamics. He is a recipient of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Co-Fund Fellowship (2022), and IEEE ITSS Young Professionals Travelling Fellowship (2022). He has authored over 40 papers, including those in TR Part C, IEEE T-ITS, IEEE T-SMC, IEEE T-FS, IEEE T-VT, IEEE T-AES, etc.

Xinwei enjoys working with self-motivated graduate/undergraduate students. Please email your CV if you are interested in doing a PhD or research collaboration. CSC visiting PhD students are welcome.