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Li Jin
Associate Professor, JI
Associate Professor, SEIEE
Office 424
Tel +86-21-34206765 Ext. 4241
Email li.jin@sjtu.edu.cn
Webpage https://jinli.ji.sjtu.edu.cn/


Ph.D. Transportation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2018)
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University (2012)
B.E. Mechanical Engineering and Automation, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2011)

Work Experience

2021 – pres. Assistant Professor, UMich Joint Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2020 – pres. Research Assistant Professor, Tandon School of Engineering, New York University
2018 – 2020 Assistant Professor, Tandon School of Engineering, New York University

Honors and Awards

  • John Wu & Jane Sun Professorship Award
  • Ho-Ching and Hang-Ching Fund Award

Selected Publications

  • Čičić, M., Xiong, X., Jin, L. and Johansson, K.H., 2021. Coordinating vehicle platoons for highway bottleneck decongestion and throughput improvement. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 接收accepted.
  • Jin, L., Čičić, M., Johansson, K.H. and Amin, S., 2020. Analysis and design of vehicle platooning operations on mixed-traffic highways. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 接收 accepted.
  • Zhou, J, Jin, L., and Sun, D. Resilient UAV traffic congestion control using fluid queuing models. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 接收 accepted.
  • Gugat, M., Hante, F. and Jin, L., 2020. Closed loop control of natural gas pipelines: Stability for a transient model. at-Automatisierungstechnik, 68(12) pp.1001-1010.
  • Xiong, X., Ozbay, K., Jin, L., and Feng, C., 2020. Dynamic origin–destination matrix prediction with line graph neural networks and Kalman filter. Transportation Research Record2674(8), pp.491-503.
  • Jin, L. and Amin, S., 2019. Analysis of a stochastic switching model of freeway traffic incidents. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control64(3), pp.1093-1108.
  • Jin, L. and Amin, S., 2018. Stability of fluid queueing systems with parallel servers and stochastic capacities. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control63(11), pp.3948-3955.
  • Cao, Y., Jin, L., Nguyen, N.V., Landry, S., Sun, D. and Post, J., 2014. Evaluation of Fuel Benefits Depending on Continuous Descent Approach Procedures. Air Traffic Control Quarterly22(3), pp.251-275.
  • Jin, L., Cao, Y. and Sun, D., 2013. Investigation of potential fuel savings due to continuous-descent approach. Journal of Aircraft50(3), pp.807-816.

Courses Taught (Recent 5 Years)

New York University

  • Instructor, Fall 2019, 2020, CE-UY 4393/TR-GY 8013 Analytics and learning methods for smart cities
  • Instructor, Spring 2019, 2020, TR-GY 7063 Stochastic models and methods for engineering systems