Chen Yangzhou

Personal profile

Name:Chen Yangzhou

GenderMale

Degrees: Ph.D

Title: Professor

E-mail: yzchen@bjut.edu.cn

Current Professional Societies

1.Member ofIEEE ITSS; Member ofIEEE;

2. Member of Comprehensive Intelligent Transportation Committee of Chinese Association of Automation

Research Areas

1. Cooperative control of complex network and multi-agent system;

2. Cooperative control of intelligent vehicle-infrastructure system and traffic network system;

3. Machine learning and information processing of traffic big data

Honors

Outstanding Teacher of Beijing,2004

Publications (representative papersof the last five years)

[1] J. Liu, Y. Chen, J. Zhan, and F. Shang,Heuristic Dynamic Programming Based Online Energy Management Strategy for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 68, No. 5, May 2019 pp.4479-4493

[2] J. Liu, Y. Chen, W. Li, F. Shang, and J. Zhan, "Hybrid-Trip-model-based energy management of a PHEV with computation-optimized dynamic programming," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 67, no. 1, pp. 338-353, 2018.

[3] J. Liu, Y. Chen, J. Zhan, and F. Shang, "An On-Line Energy Management Strategy Based on Trip Condition Prediction for Commuter Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 67, no. 5, pp. 3767-3781, 2018.

[4] Alexander Aleksandrov, Elena Aleksandrova, Alexey Zhabko, Yangzhou Chen. Partial stability analysis of some classes of nonlinear system. Acta Mathematica Scientia, 2017.37(02):329-341.

[5] Chen Yangzhou; Qu Xiaojun; Aleksandrov A Yu; Dai Guiping. Consensus of heterogeneous linear multi-agent systems: Linear-transformation-based partial stability approach. Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 2017, 39(11): 1623-1630.

[6] Xiaojun Qu, Yangzhou Chen, A. Yu. Aleksandrov, Guiping Dai, Distributed consensus of large-scale multi-agent systems via linear-transformation-based partial stability approach, Neurocomputing, 2017, 222:54-61

[7] Chen Yangzhou; Guo Yuqi; Wang Ying. Modeling and density estimation of an urban freeway network based on dynamic graph hybrid automata. Sensors (Switzerland). 2017,17(4):1-24.

[8] Ren Jianqiang; Chen Yangzhou; Xin Le; Shi Jianjun; Mahama Halid. Detecting and locating of traffic incidents in a road segment based on lane-changing characteristics. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science.2017, 13(10): 853-873.

[9] Tong Dong; Chen Yangzhou; Qu Xiaojun; Dai Guiping. An Indoor Positioning Method for Micro Intelligent Vehicles. International Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems Research.2017, 15(1):1-6

[10] Xiaojun Qu, Yangzhou Chen, A. Yu. Aleksandrov, Guiping Dai, Distributed consensus of large-scale multi-agent systems via linear-transformation-based partial stability approach, Neurocomputing, 2017,222:54-61

[11] Ren Jianqiang, Chen Yangzhou, Xin Le, Shi Jianjun, Li Baotong, Liu Yinan, Detecting and positioning of traffic incidents via video-based analysis of traffic states in a road segment, IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 2016,10(6):248-437.

[12]Yangzhou Chen, Xiaojun Qu, Guiping Dai, A.Y.Aleksandrov.Linear-transformation-based analysis and design of state consensus for multi-agent systems with state observers. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 352(9), 2015, 3447-3457.

[13] Yangzhou Chen, Wei Li, Guiping Dai, A.Yu. Aleksandrov, Consensus analysis and design of linear interconnected multi-agent systems, Acta Mathematica Scientia,2015, 35(6): 1305-1317.

[14] A. Y. Aleksandrov, E. B. Aleksandrova, P. A. Lakrisenko, A.V. Platonov, Yangzhou Chen. Asymptotic Stability Conditions for Some Classes of Mechanical Systems with Switched Nonlinear Force Fields. Nonlinear Dynamics and Systems Theory, 2015, 15(2)

Personal Statement

Yangzhou Chen is a professor and doctoral supervisor at the College of Artificial Intelligence and Automation in Faculty of Information Technology. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1994 from the St. Petersburg University in Russian. From 1996 to 1998, he held a postdoctoral position in the School of Astronautics, Harbin Institute of Technology, China. Then he joined Beijing University of Technology in 1998. In 2005, he was a visiting professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto, Canada.

He has published more than200 academic papers and gotten more than 20 authorized Chinese invention patents. He won two Ministerial Science and Technology Progress Awards. In 2004 got Beijing OutstandingTeacher Award by Beijing Government.