Short Bio.


Xieyang (Michael) Liu is a senior in the Computer Science Department at the University of Michigan, where he works as an undergraduate researcher with Dr. Walter S. Lasecki in the Crowds + Machines Lab (Croma Lab). Xieyang develops intelligent systems that support human-in-the-loop machine learning and enhance end-user experiences. Xieyang’s current research interests include human-computer interaction, hybrid intelligent systems, user interface development, and interactive machine learning. Prior to Croma Lab, Xieyang worked as a research assistant in the Vision & Learning Lab with Dr. Jia Deng on static image recognition.

Xieyang was previously an undergraduate student at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, where he was awarded the Tang-Junyuan Fellowship for Outstanding Academic Performance (top 2) for two consecutive years. He won the Meritorious Winner prize in 2015 COMAP - Mathematical Contest in Modeling during his sophomore year. He also served as a teaching assistant for multivariate calculus in SJTU working with Dr. Jing Liu.

Resume: [pdf] (November 2016)

Curriculum Vitae: [pdf] (January 2017)


Education

08/2017 - Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction
09/2015 - 04/2017 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US
B.S. in Computer Science
- Advisor: Dr. Walter Lasecki
- Undergraduate Researcher at the Crowds + Machines Lab
- Research Assistant at the Center for Ergonomics
- Teaching Assistant for Database Management Systems
- Received Dean's List (2015 - 2016)
09/2013 - 08/2015 Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
B.S.E in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Received Tang-Junyuan Fellowship (top 2)
- Won Meritorious Winner prize in 2015 COMAP - MCM (Acceptance: 9%)
- Teaching Assistant for Multivariate Calculus


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