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Xue Lin

404 Dana
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


Joins the Electrical & Computer Engineering department in January 2017.


  • PhD, University of Southern California, 2016

Research & Scholarship Interests

Near-threshold computer for low-power embedded systems; high-performance and mobile cloud computing systems; machine learning and computing in (embedded) cyber-physical systems
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Department Research Areas

Selected Publications

  • Q. Xie, X. Lin, Y. Wang, S. Chen, Performance Comparisons Between 7nm Finfet and Conventional Bulk CMOS Standard Cell Libraries, IEEE Transaction Circuits and Systems II, 62(8), 2015, 761-765
  • Y. Wang, X. Lin, M. Pedram, A Near-Optimal Model-Based Control Algorithm for Households Equipped with Residential Photovoltaic Power Generation and Energy Storage Systems, IEEE Transaction Sustainable Energy, 2015, 1-10
  • X. Lin, Y. Wang, Q. Xie, M. Pedram, Task Scheduling with Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling for Energy Minimization in the Mobile Cloud Computing Environment, IEEE Transaction Services Computing, 8(2), 2014, 175-186
  • Y. Wang, X. Lin, M. Pedram, A Stackelberg Game-Based Optimization Framework of the Smart Grid with Distributed PV Power Generations and Data Centers, IEEE Transaction Energy Conversion, 29(4), 2014, 978-987
  • Y. Wang, X. Lin, Y. Kim, Q. Xie, M. Pedram, N. Chang, Single-Source, Single Destination Charge Migration in Hybrid Electrical Energy Storage Systems, IEEE Transaction VLSI Systems, 22(12), 2014, 2752-2765
  • X. Lin, Y. Wang, M. Pedram, J. Kim, N. Chang, Designing Fault-Tolerant Photovoltaic Systems, IEEE Design & Test (MDAT), 31(3), 2014, 76-84

Related News

September 14, 2017

ECE Assistant Professor Xue Lin and Professor David Kaeli in collaboration with CUNY City College received an $800K NSF grant to develop "A Framework of Simultaneous Acceleration and Storage Reduction on Deep Neural Networks Using Structured Matrices".

January 20, 2017

Xue Lin joins the Electrical & Computer Engineering department in January 2017 as an Assistant Professor.

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