Xiang Chen

Assistant Professor
Engineering 3234
Office Hours: 
T: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Research Area: 
Computer Engineering

Xiang Chen received his B.S. in Automatization from Northeastern University, China in 2010. Under the supervision of Professor Yiran Chen, he received his M.S./Ph.D. degree from the EI-Lab in the ECE Department at the University of Pittsburgh in 2012 and 2016, respectively. During his Ph.D. career, his research works included the mobile system power analysis and optimization, low power mobile graphic computing, mobile display technology, and mobile security technology.

Now, Xiang Chen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of the Computer Engineering of the George Mason University and the founder of the Intelligence Fusion Laboratory. In the past years of research, he has published more than 30 papers in the top international conferences and journals and received many best paper nominations and other awards. He also stays in close cooperation with not only academic society (such as Duke, UCSB, PITT, Syracuse, Tsinghua, HKUST, CityU, etc.), but also industries, such as the research labs of HP, Samsung, MSRA, Marvell, Amazon, and Apple.

I am looking for Graduate Researchers in topics:
1. Mobile Computing: Deep Learning, Distributed Computing, Mobile System Development
2. Mobile Graphic: GPU Programming, CUDE Architecture, Mobile Rendering, VR/AR and other related topics.
Will pay MS student with Wage GRA and Ph.D. student with full RA/TA awards.
Preferred abilities: Python, C++, Java, C Programming, Android/Linux Development, GPU Programming, Technical Writing.


Semester Catalog Course Room Lecture Times Syllabus
Spring 2018 ECE 590 Mobile Systems & Applications Planetary Hall 126 R: 7:20 pm - 10:00 pm
Fall 2018 ECE 301 Digital Electronics Enterprise Hall 178 MW: 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Fall 2018 ECE 301-002 Digital Electronics Planetary Hall 129 TR: 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

Senior Design Projects

Group Members Title Selected Deliverables Semester
G. Andrews, R. Barry, Y. Hong, and T. Vo Remote Video Tele-Communication Through Virtual Reality Fall 2017

Recent News

  • Xiang Chen of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department received $250K from the National Science Foundation for his project, “CSR: Small: Collaborative Research: EUReCa... View more...