Dr. Mo Li is a Professor in School of Computer Science and Engineering. He received his BS degree in Department of Computer Science and Technology from Tsinghua University, and the PhD degree in Department of Computer Science and Engineering from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Dr. Mo Li has been internationally recognized for his research in wireless sensing and networking, IoT for smart cities and urban informatics. Dr. Li received Nanyang Research Award (Young Investigator) in 2016, a prestigious recognition to his research excellence by NTU. Dr. Li is a Distinguished Member of the ACM since 2019, and a Fellow of the IEEE since 2020.
Networked and distributed systems, wireless and mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), smart city and urban computing
- Applying AI to Transportation Data Recovery and Reconstruction
- Data-driven Traffic Analytics and Simulation for Incident Impact Analysis and Management
- Food Supply Chain Management built with Blockchain and Internet-of-Things (IoT)
- IoT System Research In Building Smart Nation
- Low Cost Power Efficient Sensor-Based System for Smart Asset and Facility Management
- Jansen Christian Liando, Amalinda Gamage, Agustinus Wellson Tengourtius, Li Mo. (2019). Known and Unknown Facts of LoRa: Experiences from a Large-scale Measurement Study. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, 15(2), Article 16.
- Mo Li, Pengfei Zhou, Yuanqing Zheng, Zhenjiang Li, Guobin Shen. (2015). IODetector: A Generic Service for Indoor Outdoor Detection. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, 11(2), Article 28.
- Pengfei Zhou, Yuanqing Zheng, Mo Li. (2014). How Long to Wait? Predicting Bus Arrival Time with Mobile Phone based Participatory Sensing. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Vol. 13 Issue 6, 1228-1241.