SHORT BIO

Dr Wei Shao is now working as Postdoc Researcher at UC Davis followed by Prof Junshan Zhang. Before, he was working at Arizona State University. His current work is focusing on building a RL-based simulation platform for investigating AI algorithms in mix-road autonomy car. His research interest includes fairness issue in graph neural networks, wireless sensing, Internet of Things, and smart cities. He is passionate about working on real-world problems with frontier research results. In addition, he is fond of solving problems with both industrial and research value.

Previously, Dr Wei Shao was working as a Research Fellow at CIDDA, RMIT, Australia. He was also working in ARC Centre of Excellence in Automated Decision Making and Society (ADMS).

Dr Wei Shao obtained PhD in the RMIT supervised by Prof. Salim and Dr. Chan. He was awarded the scholarship from SUPP project. He worked as a Researcher Assistant at the University of Hong Kong in Computer Science department. He was carrying out an ITF project. He received the Master of Science ( pass with distinction ) in Computer Science (CS) of The University of Hong Kong.

Selected papers

  1. Wei Shao, Zhiling Jin, Shuo Wang, Yufan Kang, Xiao Xiao, Hamid Menouar, Zhaofeng Zhang, Junshan Zhang, and Flora Salim. Long-term Spatio-Temporal Forecasting via Dynamic Multiple-Attention. In Proceedings of the 31st International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2022 [PDF] Code
  2. Wei Shao, Sichen Zhao, Zhen Zhang, Shiyu Wang, Mohammad Saiedur Rahaman, Andy Song, Flora D. Salim: FADACS: A Few-Shot Adversarial Domain Adaptation Architecture for Context-Aware Parking Availability Sensing. PerCom 2021: 1-10 [PDF] Code
  3. Wei Shao, Flora D. Salim, Tao Gu, Ngoc-Thanh Dinh, Jeffrey Chan: Traveling Officer Problem: Managing Car Parking Violations Efficiently Using Sensor Data. IEEE Internet Things J. 5(2): 802-810 (2018) [PDF] Code
  4. Wei Shao, Flora D. Salim, Jeffrey Chan, Kyle Kai Qin, Jiaman Ma, Bradley Feest: OnlineAirTrajClus: An Online Aircraft Trajectory Clustering for Tarmac Situation Awareness. PerCom 2019: 192-201 [PDF]
  5. Wei Shao, Thuong Nguyen, A. Kai Qin, Moustafa Youssef, Flora D. Salim: BLEDoorGuard: A Device-Free Person Identification Framework Using Bluetooth Signals for Door Access. IEEE Internet Things J. 5(6): 5227-5239 (2018) [PDF]

Academic Services

TPC Member: WACV2023, Neurips2023, SECON2022, CIKM2022, SECON 2021, CIKM2021, AAAI2021, AAAI2020, AusDM2018, ICAC2018, ICCCN2019, WISC2019, ITEM2020

Journal Invited Reviwer Scientific Reports, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, ACM Transactions on Spatial Algorithm and Systems, IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on ITS, Nature Machine Intelligence, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, CHI2019, PMC, FCS, IJCAI2019, ISWC2019, UbiComp2019, TNNLS, BuildSys2019, TKDE, IEEE Access, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology Guest Editor Electronics

Official Supervised Students

  • Nan Gao, PhD – Ubiquitous Computing and HCI, Postdoc Researcher, Tsinghua University
  • Arian Prabowo, PhD Student – Spatio-Temporal Deep Learning of Trajectories
  • Kai Qin, PhD Student – Graph Alignment and optimization
  • Sichen Zhao – PhD Student – XAI and Spatio-temporal data mining