Dr. Xin’s areas of expertise include ITS system integration, adaptive traffic control, traffic modeling, analysis and simulation, artificial intelligence applications to ITS and related software/hardware developments. He has extensive experience in programming languages including Delphi, C++/Qt, and .NET, and expertise in designing, implementing and deploying of real-life adaptive traffic signal control systems and developing numerical algorithms for traffic signal optimization and control. Dr. Xin earned his Doctoral Degree in Traffic Engineering from New York University with a Minor in Computer Engineering and Mathematics. He earned this Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota at Twin Cities and Master’s Degree in System Engineering from South China University of Technology. He got his undergraduate degree in Control Theory and Control Engineering from Harbin Engineering University. He is Adjunct Professor of Civil and Urban Engineering Department of New York University. Dr. Xin is United States Technical Advisory Group (USTAG) Expert for ISO Technical Committee on Intelligent Transport System (TC204), and USTAG Expert for ISO C++ Committee ISO SC22/WG21/INCITS PL22.16. He is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in New York, New Jersey, Florida, California, Texas, Washington D. C., Virginia, and North Carolina with a focus in Electrical/Computer Engineering and Civil/Traffic Engineering.