This fall, two new PhD students working as Graduate Research Assistants joined in SiDi Lab: 1. Xingang Li graduated from Tianjin University, China with a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. Prior to joining in the PhD program, Xingang worked in auto industry at OTICS Corporation in Japan for four years. He has practical working experience in design of automotive engine parts for major car manufacturers, such as Toyota and SAIC Motor Co., Ltd. 2. Yinshuang Xiao, who holds BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering, graduated from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Prior to joining in SiDi Lab, she was working as a R&D Engineer for new energy vehicles at SAIC Volkswagen in Shanghai. Yinshuang has extensive research experience in computational electromagnetic and EMC characteristics of EV component. Welcome on Board!
Our paper titled “A Deep Learning Based Approach to Predicting Sequential Design Decisions” was recently selected as the awardee of the Robert E. Fulton Best Paper Award from the Computers & Information in Engineering (CIE) Division of the ASME. Molla H. Rahman, the PhD student from SiDi Lab and the first author of this paper, presented the work at the 39th ASME CIE Conference in Anaheim, California, August 20. Please see more information here.