ABOUT ME

Hong Li is a PhD student in Computer Science at UbiComp group at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he is coadvised by Dr. Thomas Ploetz and Dr. Gregory Abowd. His research interests lie in Ubiquitous Computing and Mobile Health. Before coming to Georgia Tech, he received his Master's degree from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) as an outstanding graduate. My CV.


EDUCATION

Georgia Institute of Technology             Computer Science                      2017 August - Present

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University of Science and Technology of China             Software Engineering                      2014 September - 2017 June

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Hohai University                                                              Computer Science and Technology 2010 September - 2014 June

PUBLICATIONS

Conference

[C.1] Hong Li, Wei Yang, Jianxin Wang, Yang Xu, Liusheng Huang. WiFinger: Talk to Your Smart Devices with Finger-grained Gesture. The 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2016), pp. 250-261, 2016. (Best Paper Award, Top 1%, CCF A Series)

[C.2] Hong Li, Wei Yang, Yang Xu, Jianxin Wang, Liusheng Huang. WiCare: A Synthesized Healthcare Service System Based on WiFi Signals. The 14th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing(ICSOC 2016), pp. 557-565, 2016. (CCF B Series)

[C.3] Hong Li, Wei Yang, Yang Xu, Jianxin Wang, Liusheng Huang. A Real Time Wireless Interactive Multimedia System. The 18th Asia-Pacific Web Conference(APWeb 2016), pp. 53-65, 2016. (CCF C Series)


Patents

[P.1] Wei Yang, Hong Li, Liusheng Huang, Jianxin Wang, Yang Xu. A Gesture Control Human-Computer Interaction System Based on WiFi Signals. CHN Patent: 201610198331X.


PROJECTS OF WHAT I DO

I am studying...

WiFinger

WiFinger is designed to recognize a set of finger-grained gestures using WiFi signals.

WiCare

WiCare is specially designed for sensing human activities of independent-living elders.

Gesture Sensing

We build a proof-of-concept prototype system to sense human gestures around smart WiFi devices to further control the applications.

ColorMap

The colormap shows the characteristics of a single finger gesture.

Waveform

This picture shows the waveform caused by an human activity in indoor environment. We could extract features to recognize different human activities.

Push

This is a waveform caused by a "Push" gesture around smart WiFi devices.


HONORS&AWARDS

Outstanding Graduate in Anhui (less than 1% from all graduate students), 2017

Outstanding Graduate at USTC (less than 3% from all graduate students), 2017

Best Paper Award at the ACM International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Top 1%), 2016

Suzhou Industrial Park Scholarship, USTC, 2016

USTC Scholarship for Outstanding Academic, 2015(Top 3%)

USTC Scholarship for Outstanding Academic, 2014(Top 5%)

Hohai Scholarship for Outstanding Academic, 2010-2014 (four consecutive years,Top 3%)

Second Prize of National College Students English Competition, 2013

Third Prize of Software Design Competition in Jiangsu Province, 2013

Outstanding Student in Talented Program, HHU, 2012(Top 1%)

Hohai Scholarship for Scientific and Technological Innovation, 2012(Top 5%)

Second Prize of "Tiaozhan" National Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling (TZMCM), 2012

Third Prize of National Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM), 2011

Third Prize of The Electrician Mathematical Contest in Modeling, 2011

Second Prize of National College Students English Competition, 2011

Outstanding Volunteer of Shenzhen 26th summer universiade, Shenzhen, China 2011


CONTACT

Georgia Institute of Technology

hong.li@gatech.edu

http://www.leehom.me/