Contact

Contact

xmcx731@tamu.edu or tianqili@tamu.edu

Education

  • PhD in Mechanical Engineering, TAMU

    2018 - now

  • M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington

    2016 - 2018

  • B.E. in Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University

    2012 - 2016

Honors

  • Byron H. Anderson ‘54 Fellowship, Texas A\&M University, 2022

  • IEEE CSS Student Travel Support Program, IEEE CSS CCTA 2021

  • Graduate Student Research and Presentation Travel Award, Texas A&M University, 2021 spring

  • Summer Research Grant, Texas A&M University, 2019 summer

  • Emil Buehler Aerodynamic Analog Fellowship, Texas A&M University

Publications

  1. Li, Tianqi, and Swaminathan Gopalswamy. “A Spatial Searching Method for Planning Under Time-Dependent Constraints for Eco-Driving in Signalized Traffic Intersection.” IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 6.2 (2021): 2525-2532.

  2. Li, Tianqi, Lucas W. Krakow, and Swaminathan Gopalswamy. “Optimizing Consensus-based Multi-target Tracking with Multiagent Rollout Control Policies.” 2021 IEEE Conference on Control Technology and Applications (CCTA).
  3. Li, Tianqi, Lucas W. Krakow, and Swaminathan Gopalswamy. “SMA-NBO: A Sequential Multi-Agent Planning with Nominal Belief-State Optimization in Target Tracking.” 2022 IEEE IROS.

Internship

Teaching

  • MEEN 364 Dynamic System Feedback: This is an undergraduate core course of control knowledge. I TAed this course in 2019 spring in lab sessions, which contianed knowledge of MatLab/Simulink of linear system in mechanical, electric and hydraulic setups.
  • MEEN 260 Mechanical Measurements: This is an unergraduate course about data collection from hardwares. I TAed this course in 2019 spring in lab sessions, which contained knowledge of data collection of physical systems by LabView.

Review

I served as reviewer in IEEE RAL and Digital Signal Processing.