Xiang Chen



 Xiang Chen, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Professor and Graduate Coordinator
Dept of Electrical and Computer Engineering
401 Sunset Ave.
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9B 3P4
Tel: (519) 253 3000x2571    Fax: (519) 971 3695
E-Mail: xchen@uwindsor.ca


Dr. Xiang Chen is currently a professor in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the

University of Windsor, Canada. He received M.Sc and Ph.D. degrees in system and control from

Louisiana State University, U.S.A., in 1996 and 1998, respectively. From 2000 to 2008, he held Assistant

and then Associate Professor positions (cross-appointed) in Department of Electrical and Computer

Engineering and Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, the University of

Windsor. He has been conducting research in robust and nonlinear control theory with application to

industrial systems such as automobiles and vision based servo systems. He has made fundamental

theoretic contribution to Gaussain filtering and control and to control of nonlinear systems with

bifurcation. Since 2000, he has been conducting industrial control research and development in

automotive systems and in vision based sensing and servo systems through extensive collaborative

activities with industrial companies. Some of his deliverables have been either patented by the company

or become transferred technologies to companies. He is currently an Associate Editor for SIAM Journal

on Control and Optimization and was an Associate Editor for the Journal of Circuits, Systems and

Computers from 2003 to 2008. His research has been supported by research funds from federal and

provincial government agencies in Canada and also from industrial companies. His current research and

development interests include robust and optimal control of systems with complexities, graph-/gametheoretic

approaches for complex systems, as well as applications to automotive engine control systems

and sensor network. He is a registered professional engineer (P.Eng.) in Ontario, Canada.