Dr. Xin’s areas of expertise include ITS system integration, adaptive traffic control, traffic modeling, analysis and simulation, Artificial Intelligence and ITS related software developments. He is Adjunct Professor with New York University and Columbia University, teaching courses on traffic control and optimization. Dr. Xin is United States Technical Advisory Group (USTAG) Expert for ISO Technical Committee on Intelligent Transport System (TC204), C++ Programming Language Committee ISO SC22/WG21/INCITS PL22.16, and Artificial Intelligence Committee ISO SC22/WG5. He serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of PTV Group as a recognized expert of Vissim traffic simulator. He also serves as a voting member of NTCIP Actuated Signal Controller (ASC) Work Group and Base Standards and Profiles 2 (BSP2) Working Group, being an expert of NEMA-TS, SNMP, and NTCIP standards and traffic signal controllers. He is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in several states, with a focus in Electrical/Computer Engineering. Dr. Xin is an expert of various programming languages, and the founder of the open source TensorFlow-Island project, a high-performance LLVM-based computational framework for AI-integrated ITS applications. He also recently became a voting member of NTCIP BSP2 Workgroup.