About Me

I am currently a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University, working in SIMBA Lab with Professor He Wang. I received my B.S. degree in 2015 from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. During Summer 2016 and Summer 2017, I worked as an intern at Microsoft Research Lab - Asia and Microsoft Research AI, respectively.

My research interests include mobile computing and mobile sensing.

Please see my CV here.

Publications

Demo: Enabling Public Cameras to Talk to the Public

Siyuan Cao, Habiba Farrukh, He Wang

ACM MobiSys 2018, [Abstract], [Poster], [Video]

Enabling Public Cameras to Talk to the Public

Siyuan Cao, He Wang

ACM IMWUT 2018 (UbiComp 2018), [Paper], [Video]

UPS: Combatting Urban Vehicle Localization with Cellular-Aware Trajectories

Hua Xue, Hongzi Zhu, Siyuan Cao, Shan Chang, Jian Cao

IEEE GLOBECOM 2016, Best Paper Award, [Paper]

Videos & Media

Enabling Public Cameras to Talk to the Public

Siyuan Cao, He Wang

ACM IMWUT 2018 (UbiComp 2018), [Paper], [Video]

Demo: Enabling Public Cameras to Talk to the Public

Siyuan Cao, Habiba Farrukh, He Wang

ACM MobiSys 2018, [Abstract], [Poster], [Video]

Patents

Communication System Architecture and Method of Processing Data Therein

US 15971759, pending

Service

Reviewer

IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing

IEEE Pervasive Computing

ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks

Teaching

CS250 Computer Architecture (Fall 2016 & Fall 2015)

CS182 Foundations of Computer Science (Spring 2016)

Contact Me

305 N University St, West Lafayette, IN 47907

cao208 AT purdue DOT edu