Xiaohui Li is currently a Ph.D candidate in
School of Computing,
National University of Singapore(NUS).
under the supervision of
Prof. Tan Kian Lee
His research interest is spatio-temporal database and GIS.
Specifically, his research focuses on moving object data indexing,
trajectory indexing and efficient query processing in moving object databases.
He received double Bachelor degrees from NUS, B. Comp with honors and B. Sc. in 2008.
His majors are cross-disciplinary, covering computational biology, databases,
data mining and statistics.
From 2008, he enrolled into NUS graduate progamme.
From 2010 to 2011, he was a Research PhD Scholar in
computer science department
in Aarhus University and was working with
Prof. Christian S. Jensen.
At the beginning of his Ph.D studies, he was working as a full-time IT Analyst in
Cancer Science Institute
from 2008 to 2009.
Together with other team members, he has developed a medical database system and web interface for doctors.
Xiaohui Li, Vaida Ceikute, Christian S Jensen, Kian-Lee Tan: Effective Online Group Discovery in Trajectory Databases. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 2012 (To Appear).
Xiaohui Li, Panagiotis Karras, Lei Shi, Kian-Lee Tan, Christian S Jensen: Cooperative Scalable Moving Continuous Query Processing. IEEE 13th International Conference on Mobile Data Management, 2012: 69 -- 78.
Wei Wu, Xiaohui Li, Shili Xiang, Hock Beng Lim, Kian Lee Tan: Sensor Relocation For Emergent Data Acquisition In Sparse Mobile Sensor Networks. The International Journal of Mobile Information Systems, Vol 6, No 2, 2010, pp. 155-176.
Zenan Zhou, Wei Wu, Xiaohui Li, Mong-Li Lee, Wynne Hsu: MaxFirst for MaxBRkNN. in ICDE 2011: 828-839
Lei Shi, Xiaohui Li, Kian Lee Tan: S3: An Efficient Shared Scan Scheduler on MapReduce Framework. Int'l Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP), 2011.
Research Scholar, Aarhus University, Dec 2010 - Oct 2011
I completed two research projects related to traveling-pattern finding
and large-scale moving object monitoring.
IT Analyst, Cancer Institute of Singapore, Aug 2008-Aug 2009
Our team developed a medical database system integrating various data sources and
an easy-to-use web user interface using JSP Struts + MySQL.
We also developed analytical tools for supporting next generation sequencing analysis.