Dr Jingxin Xu
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BiographyJingxin Xu is a full-time postdoctoral research fellow in the Business Process Management (BPM) discipline, at the School of Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) degree from Xidian University (P.R. China), a Master of IT degree from Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and a PhD degree in pattern recognition from QUT, which are awarded in the years 2008, 2010, and 2014 respectively. Jingxin actively researches in the fields of business process management and data science. He was engaged in the development of the process configuration component in the Yet Another Workflow Language (YAWL) editor in 2009, and co-authored a paper that proposed a novel approach to ensure the correctness of process configuration in 2010. From 2010 to 2014, Jingxin conducted his PhD research in the Speech, Audio, Image, and Video Technology (SAIVT) Research Group. His PhD research, which focuses on applying machine learning techniques for automatic event detection in surveillance video footages, has led to a number of high quality publications. Since October 2014, Jingxin has joined the BPM Discipline at QUT. His current research interest is process mining, which is a field that bridges the gap between data science and business process management. Jingxin's publications have received 95 citations in total by November 2015 on Google Scholar.
Below lists the research projects that Jingxin has actively participated in:
Queensland Accelerate Partnership Program "Exposing Insurance Claims Processing Impedements": This project investigates applying context-aware cross-organisational process mining techniques to improve insurance claim processing in Queensland.
ARC Discovery Project "Cost-Aware Business Process Management": This project proposes novel approaches to the management of cost that is related to business processes. See http://yawlfoundation.org/cost/ for more details.
ARC Linkage Project "Airport of the Future": See more information on http://www.airportsofthefuture.qut.edu.au/introduction/ .
Yet Another Workflow Language: See http://www.yawlfoundation.org/ for more details.
Jingxin's ORCID profile is available on http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7256-9202 . His Google Scholar profile is available on https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=7E81rcYAAAAJ&hl=en .
Process Mining, Machine Learning, Process Configuration, Business Process Management, Signal Processing, Intelligent Surveillance, Information Systems, Software Engineering, Pattern Recognition
Information Systems, Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing, Computer Software
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (Queensland University of Technology)
- Master of Information Technology (Queensland University of Technology)
Professional memberships and associations
- Tutor for INB 365 System Programming, Semester 2, 2013 : The unit INB 365 System Programming covers the fundamentals of operating systems, including process synchronisation, multi-threaded programming, memory management, file system, TCP/IP socket programming, and so on. Jingxin's responsibilities include tutoring and assignment marking.
- Supervisor for 24 credits Project Unit (IFN701, IFN 702) Semester 2, 2015
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology, 2014 - Present: This is the position that Jingxin currently holds at the BPM discipline. His responsibilities at this position include investigating process mining techniques from various perspectives, proposing novel theories and algorithms, developing open-source software tools, producing high quality research outputs in the form of journal publications, engagement in the collabration with industrial stakeholders, and any teaching duties if required.
- Software Developer, ABAS Labs Pty Ltd, 2014: This was an R&D software developer position that Jingxin previously held at the ABAS Labs Pty Ltd. In this position, Jingxin participated in the development of software products for video and audio over IP and image geometric correction.
Professional Services:Jingxin has been appointed as a reviewer for:
- IET Transactions on Intelligent Transportation System
- International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2012
- China BPM Conference, 2015
Jingxin has been appointed as a volunteer for:
- International Conference on Computer Vision, 2013 (ICCV 2013)
- Xu J, Denman S, Sridharan S, Fookes C, (2015) An efficient and robust system for multi-person event detection in real world indoor surveillance scenes, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 25 (6), pp. 1063-1076.
- Xu J, Denman S, Reddy V, Fookes C, Sridharan S, (2014) Real-time video event detection in crowded scenes using MPEG derived features: A multiple instance learning approach, Pattern Recognition Letters, 44, pp. 113-125.
- van der Aalst W, Lohmann N, La Rosa M, Xu J, (2010) Correctness ensuring process configuration: An approach based on partner synthesis, Business Process Management: 8th International Conference, BPM 2010 Proceedings [Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 6336], pp. 95-111.
- Xu J, Denman S, Sridharan S, Fookes C, Rana R, (2011) Dynamic texture reconstruction from sparse codes for unusual event detection in crowded scenes, Proceedings of the Joint ACM Workshop on Modeling and Representing Events (J-MRE'11), pp. 25-30.
- Xu J, Denman S, Fookes C, Sridharan S, (2011) Unusual event detection in crowded scenes using bag of LBPs in spatio-temporal patches, Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Digital Image Computing: Techniques and Applications, pp. 549-554.
- Xu J, Denman S, Sridharan S, Fookes C, (2012) Activity analysis in complicated scenes using DFT coefficients of particle trajectories, Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-Based Surveillance, pp. 82-87.