Xudong Liu

: School of Computing
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Bldg 15, Rm 3211
Jacksonville, FL 32224

: (904)620-2554
: myemail


10/2021 Program Committee member for NLP Special Track at FLAIRS-35.
09/2021 One full paper accepted by ICMLA-21.
08/2021 Program Committee member for AAAI-22.
07/2021 One paper accepted by ADT-21.
03/2021 One long paper accepted by FLAIRS-34.
11/2020 Two student abstract papers accepted by AAAI-21. (Acceptance ratio: 49%) Congratulations to Joseph and Lucas!
08/2020 Program Committee member for AAAI-21.
04/2020 One paper accepted by IJCAI-20. (Acceptance ratio: 12.6%)
01/2020 One paper accepted by FLAIRS-33.
12/2019 Program Committee member for IJCAI-20.
08/2019 Program Committee member for AAAI-20.
07/2019 Session chair invitation for IJCAI-19.
07/2019 One invited journal article published in Springer's Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (SCI, IF:1.011).
06/2019 One journal article published in Elsevier's Sustainable Cities and Society (IF:4.624).
06/2019 One paper accepted by ADT-19.
05/2019 MS graduate, Ahmed Moussa, joins Amazon as a software engineer. Congratulations!
04/2019 Invitation to the Cybersecurity in Public Transportation Workshop, hosted by FDOT and CUTR.
01/2019 Three papers accepted by FLAIRS-32.
01/2019 Session chair invitation for AAAI-19.
12/2018 MS student, Ahmed Moussa, successfully defended his thesis. Congratulations to Ahmed!
12/2018 Program Committee member for IJCAI-19.
07/2018 Session chair invitation for IJCAI-ECAI-18.
06/2018 Program Committee member for AAAI-19.
05/2018 Best Paper at FoIKS-18.
02/2018 One paper accepted by FoIKS-18, Budapest, Hungary.
01/2018 "Future of Preference Research" panelist at AAAI-MPREF-18.

About Me

I am a tenure-track assistant professor in the School of Computing at the University of North Florida. I was a visiting researcher at Xerox PARC from Mar. to Dec. in 2017. In May 2016, I earned my Ph.D. in computer science from University of Kentucky, under the supervision of Dr. Mirosław Truszczyński. In July 2010, I earned my B.Eng. in software engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology.

My research mostly has been about solving both theoretical and practical problems on decision making, using tools and methods found in artificial intelligence, computational social science, and computational complexity theory.

My Erdős number is 3. I am an AAAI member. I am the founder and director of the UNF Artificial Intelligence Lab (UNFAIL).