Xinhui Li

I am a second-year Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Center for Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDS), advised by Dr. Vince Calhoun and Dr. Rogers Silva. Previously, I worked as a research engineer at the Child Mind Institute, where I developed a software pipeline C-PAC for MRI preprocessing and analysis.

I used to be an engineer dreaming to connect brains and computers, now I am growing as a scientist attempting to solve puzzles in neuroscience and computer science. My current research interests include multimodal neuroimaging and unsupervised representation learning. To better understand different aspects of brains, I am developing a multidataset subspace analysis framework incorporating both linear and nonlinear latent variable models to identify linked sources from multimodal neuroimaging datasets. Apart from my job, I am curious about biological and artificial intelligent algorithms and systems. I believe that understanding principles of neural computation will help us to develop more flexible artificial intelligence algorithms and build more energy-efficient machines.

Please feel free to reach out if you want to discuss any questions or collaboration opportunities. I would also like to hear your feedback so I can learn and grow.

news

Jan 22, 2023 Two papers are accepted at ISBI 2023: 1) Multimodal subspace independent vector analysis better captures hidden relationships in multimodal neuroimaging data 2) Evaluating trade-offs in IVA of multimodal neuroimaging using cross-platform multidataset independent subspace analysis
Dec 1, 2022 I am honored and humbled to receive the Cadence Diversity in Technology Scholarship. It means a lot to me that my experience could inspire the next generation of women in techology.
Oct 22, 2022 Our paper Pipeline-Invariant Representation Learning for Neuroimaging is accepted at NeurIPS ML4H Symposium 2022. Looking forward to the trip to NOLA!
Jul 16, 2022 I start working as the website and communications manager in the OHBM BrainArt Special Interest Group! I hope to promote communication between neuroscientists and artists, and ultimately promote the interaction between neuroscience and art.
Jul 11, 2022 I will be presenting 2 projects at EMBC 2022
Jun 19, 2022 I will be presenting 3 posters at OHBM 2022
Feb 15, 2022 I am honored to be a scholar in the Georgia Tech/Emory Computational Neural Engineering Training Program
Dec 3, 2021 New Preprint Moving Beyond Processing and Analysis-Related Variation in Neuroscience