Chuanxi Liu | Cross-disciplinary Synthesis | Cross-disciplinary Excellence Award

Chuanxi Liu | Cross-disciplinary Synthesis | Cross-disciplinary Excellence Award

Mr Chuanxi Liu, State Nuclear Power Information Technology Company.LTD, China

Chuanxi Liu is a prolific researcher with a strong background in astrophysics and artificial intelligence. He has co-authored pivotal papers on Gamma-Ray Burst (GRB) X-Ray flare properties and statistical studies of Swift X-Ray Flash and X-Ray Rich GRBs. Liu’s contributions to electric power technology include developing neural network algorithms for waveform data processing and using image processing techniques for fault detection. He has also innovated in wind power inspection with advancements in oil leakage detection and crack recognition. His notable achievements include a patent on traveling wave ranging and success in the Shandong Provincial AI Competition. 📡🛰️💡💻🔍

Publication profile

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Education

I earned my BSc in Applied Physics from Shandong Jianzhu University, studying from September 2011 to June 2015. During my time there, I took a variety of courses including Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Optics, Electromagnetism, and Quantum Mechanics 📚. My coursework also covered Higher Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Statistics and Probability Theory, Theoretical Mechanics, Machining Drawing, and Fundamentals of Digital and Analog Circuit Technology 📐. Following this, I pursued an MSc in Astrophysics at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences from September 2015 to June 2019. My graduate studies included courses such as Image Processing, Semiconductor Device Physics, and Astronomical Data Processing 🌌. I also gained expertise in Numerical Simulation Methods for Magnetohydrodynamics and used Linux systems and the Astronomy Software Package IDL for my research 🖥️.

Experience

From September 2015 to June 2019, I pursued a Master of Science at Yunnan Observatory, where I conducted extensive research on gamma-ray bursts. My work involved analyzing their spectra and light to validate astrophysical models. During this period, I co-authored several papers, including “GRB X-Ray Flare Properties among Different GRB Subclasses” published in the Astrophysical Journal in 2019 📚, and “Statistical Study of the Swift X-Ray Flash and X-Ray Rich Gamma-Ray Bursts” in 2018 🌟. Additionally, I contributed to the “Research Progress of GRB X-Ray Flare” in Progress in Astronomy in 2020 🌌.

Research focus

Liu, C., involved in multiple research areas, appears to have a diverse focus. In the field of object detection, Liu contributes to enhancing detection techniques through the development of the TBFF-DAC model, which leverages deformable attention and convolution for improved feature fusion 🤖. Additionally, Liu is engaged in electrical engineering, specifically in fault location methods for railway systems, utilizing non-contact measurements 🚄. In the realm of astrophysics, Liu explores the properties of gamma-ray bursts and X-ray flares, analyzing their characteristics across different subclasses 🌌. This multidisciplinary approach underscores Liu’s expertise in both technological advancements and astrophysical phenomena.

Publication top notes

TBFF-DAC: Two-branch feature fusion based on deformable attention and convolution for object detection

Research on Traveling Wave Fault Location Method of Railway Automatic Blocking/Power Continuous Line Based on Noncontact Measurement

GRB X-Ray Flare Properties among Different GRB Subclasses

Statistical Study of the Swift X-Ray Flash and X-Ray Rich Gamma-Ray Bursts