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Weifeng (Aaron) Liu, Ph.D.  weifeng@ieee.org



CALL FOR PAPER-- IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks Special Issue: Online Learning in Kernel Methods

2011 International Neural Networks Society Young Investigator Award


Research Interests

Online kernel learning, kernel adaptive filtering, machine learning, Gaussian processes

Information theoretic learning, correntropy signal processing

Data mining, pattern analysis, large-scale data processing

Digital signal processing, image processing, multimedia signal processing


Short Biography

Weifeng Liu, a.k.a. Aaron, grew up in Shanghai, China. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He studied the motion estimation algorithms in video compression (H.264) in Bell labs Shanghai, designed a satellite communication system and worked on wireless communications (Turbo Hybrid Automatic Repeat reQuest in SJTU. Then, he joined the Computational NeuroEngineering Laboratory at the University of Florida. He received his Ph.D. under the supervision of Dr. Jose Principe in the areas of signal processing, adaptive filtering and machine learning. Upon his graduation, he joined Amazon.com working on demand forecasting, pricing optimization and other machine learning projects in the Retail Systems. He is a member of IEEE signal processing society's machine learning for signal processing technical committee. He serves as a frequent reviewer for IEEE transactions on Neural Networks, IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence, IEEE transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE transactions on Industrial Informatics, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, Signal Processing (Elsevier), and Neurocomputing (Elsevier). He is on the editorial Neural Processing Letters (Springer) and Neurocomputing (Elsevier).

My first name Wei-Feng is two characters in Chinese ( ), and literally means high mountains. The meaning of Aaron is lofty, exalted, high mountains.

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