Leye Wang

Assistant Prof. @ PKU

Biography

Currently, I am an assistant professor at Peking University. Before, I was a research associate in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, working with Prof. Qiang Yang and Prof. Xiaojuan Ma from 2016 to 2018. In May 2016, I obtained Ph.D. at Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and Université Pierre et Marie CURIE (UPMC), Paris, under the supervision of Prof. Daqing ZHANG and Prof. Abdallah MHAMED. I got my B.S. (2009) and M.S.(2012) in computer science from Peking University, Beijing, under the supervision of Prof. Bing XIE. My Research interests include spatio-temporal computing, with special focus in crowd sensing & intelligence, security & privacy, and spatio-temporal transfer learning.

Email: leyewang@pku.edu.cn

Highlight Research Projects

UCTB (Urban Computing ToolBox)

Urban Computing ToolBox is a package providing spatial-temporal predicting models. It contains both conventional models and state-of-art deep learning models. Besides, benchmark datasets built from open data are included. More details in:

FedEval (Federated Learning Evaluation System)

FedEval is a federated learning benchmark system with a comprehensive evaluation model, ACTPR, inside. The ACTPR model is the core of our benchmarking system. It defines five evaluation metrics for the FL systems: Accuracy, Communication, Time consumption, Privacy and Robustness.

Selected Publications

For full publication list, please visit my Google Scholar or DBLP page.

Crowdsensing

Spatio-temporal AI

Privacy & Security

Supervised Students