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Xiaodong Qu

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2021 5:45 pm
by SeanQ
Xiaodong Qu
Visiting Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department
Swarthmore College

Welcome, my current research mainly focuses on machine learning and brain-computer interfaces. During my Ph.D. study in the Computer Science Department at Brandeis University, I am advised by Professor Timothy J. Hickey. https://www.brandeis.edu/facultyguide/p ... 15f62851ca
I got my bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Dalian University of Technology.

Teaching
CS 21: Intro to Computer Science - Fall 2021
https://www.cs.swarthmore.edu/courses/CS21/F21/

Research
Please review my 2021 Research Talk for an overview of my recent research.
2021_Research_Talk.pdf
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... ZnuNJn6H6N

Publications (Selected)
PDF files available here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... ZnuNJn6H6N
Qu, X., Liu, P, Li, Z, and Hickey, T. J. (2020). Multi-Class Time Continuity Voting for EEG Classification. In Brain Function Assessment in Learning (BFAL) Best Paper Award

Qu, X., Mei, Q, Liu, P, and Hickey, T. J. (2020). Use EEG to Distinguish between Writing and Typing for the same Cognitive Task. In Brain Function Assessment in Learning (BFAL)

Qu X., Liukasemsarn S., Tu J., Higgins A., Hickey T. J., and Hall M. (2020). Identifying Clinically And Functionally Distinct Groups Among Healthy Controls And First Episode Psychosis Patients By Clustering On EEG Patterns. In the Journal of Frontiers in Psychiatry

Qu, X., Sun, Y., Sekuler, R., & Hickey, T. J. (2018). EEG markers of STEM learning.
Presentation In IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) San Jose, CA.

Qu, X., Hall, M., Sun, Y., Sekuler, R., & Hickey, T. J. (2018). A Personalized Reading Coach using Wearable EEG Sensors-A Pilot Study of Brainwave Learning Analytics. Presentation In Analytics in Education Environments (A2E18), Funchal, Madeira, Portugal.

Contact
Office: Science Center 252C
(610)957-6260
xqu1@swarthmore.edu
Please email me if you have any questions related to my teaching and research.
Also, feel free to use this anonymous survey link to provide feedback for the course I teach for the current semester:
https://swarthmore.az1.qualtrics.com/jf ... NdGRyiL4P4