Xipeng Wang ORCID iD icon

Ph.D. Student, CSE, University of Michigan
Email: xipengw [at] umich (dot) edu

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I am a PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. I am working as a research assistant at Dr. Edwin Olson's APRIL Robotics Laboratory which studies Autonomy, Perception, Robotics, Interfaces, and Learning. I have previously been associated with Dr. Yi Lu Murphey's Intelligence System Lab which investigates intelligent transportation. Currently, my research focuses on robot perception, localization and mapping.


AprilSAM: Real-time Smoothing and Mapping
Xipeng Wang, Ryan J. Marcotte, Gonzalo Ferrer and Edwin Olson
In ICRA, 2018

AprilFEC: Real-Time Channel Estimation and Adaptive Forward Error Correction
Ryan J. Marcotte, Xipeng Wang and Edwin Olson
In RSS Workshop on Robot Communication in the Wild, 2017

FLAG: Feature-based Localization between Air and Ground
Xipeng Wang, Steve Vozar, Edwin Olson
In ICRA, 2017

MTS-DeepNet for Lane Change Prediction
Xipeng Wang, Yi L. Murphey and Dev S. Kochhar
In IJCNN, 2016

Building Efficient Probability Transition Matrix Using Machine Learning from Big Data for Personalized Route Prediction
Xipeng Wang Yuan Ma, Junru Di, Yi L. Murphey, Shiqi Qiu, Johannes Kristinsson, Jason Meyer, Finn Tseng, and Timothy Feldkamp
In INNS-BigData, 2015

Driver Lane Change Prediction Using Physiological Measures
Yi L. Murphey, Dev S. Kochhar, Paul Watta, Xipeng Wang and Tianyu Wang
In SAE International Journal of Transportation Safety, 2015

Intelligent Trip Modeling on Ramps Using Ramp Classification and Knowledge Base
Xipeng Wang, Jungme Park, Yi L. Murphey, Johannes Kristinsson, Ming Kuang, and Tony Phillips
In IJCNN, 2014

Specific Humidity Forecasting Using Recurrent Neural Network
Fang, Chen, Xipeng Wang, Yi L. Murphey, David Weber, and Perry MacNeille
In IJCNN, 2014

Text Categorization Using Topic Model and Ontology Networks
Yinghao Huang, Xipeng Wang, Yi L. Murphey
In DMIN, 2014

Short Bio

Xipeng Wang is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science Engineering at University of Michigan, advised by Professor Edwin Olson. His research interests lie in theoretical and experimental large-scale mapping and localization for ground vehicles. Before coming to UM, he received his B.Eng. from Xi'an Jiao Tong University, China.