|Department:||Sino-Dutch School for Biomedical and Information Engineering|
Dr. Lisheng XU is the director of the biomedical electronics institute in Sino-Dutch Biomedical and Information Engineering School of Northeastern University, and he is also working as a professor at the Key Laboratory of Medical Image Computing of Ministry of Education, China. His main research areas include medical signal processing, cardiovascular system modeling, patter recognition, medical biometrics, electromagnetic bio-effects, biomedical electronics and wireless sensor networks. Currently Prof. Xu and his students are paying more attention to the comprehensive analysis of non-invasive cardiovascular images and signals to further disclose the mechanism of the occurrence and development of cardiovascular diseases.
Prof. Xu has a strong background of practical work on medical systems and system integration. The heart rate variability analysis module developed by Prof. Xu’s lab has been applied in the products of Neusoft Inc. (http://medical.neusoft.com/en/), which is well-known in China for producing healthcare equipments. Prof. Xu also gives some consult for Neusoft Inc. In addition, Prof. Xu has closely cooperated with the Chinese medical universities and hospitals. He is workingas a professor in the Cardiovascular Study Center of Chinese Medical University, which is famous for its experimental conditions and advanced equipments.
Prof. Xu has authored or coauthored more than 71 international research papers. He is the holder of 5 patents and 2 pending patents. He was the recipient of the Third Best Student Proposal selected by the IEEE Technical Committee on Computational Medicine of 2003 and the Best Ph.D. Thesis Award of Harbin Institute of Technology in 2007.
Prof. Xu was the Session Chair of many international conferences such as the 8th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA2008), the IEEE international conferences on Information and Automation (ICIA2011) and so on. He is a member of IEEE Biomedical Engineering Society and Communication Society, and a senior member of Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering. He is the reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (IEEE TBME), IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (IEEE TAP) and so on.