Tiancheng Li is a Professor with the School of Automation, Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), China.
I graduated from Harbin Engineering University (China, 2008), London South Bank University (UK, 2013) and NPU (2015). During 2016-2017, He held the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship with the University of Salamanca (Spain) where he worked in 2014-2018.
His research interests cover the general areas of statistical signal processing, information fusion and distributed computing with a focus on multiple object positioning and tracking. They can be categorized as follows. 1. Distributed Information Fusion and Sensor Networking, Average Consensus for Positioning and Tracking 2. Finite Set Statistics, Sequential Monte Carlo (particle filter) methods 3. Data-driven algorithms for advanced Multi-agent Multi-object Detection, Tracking, and Forecasting. In a single sentence, his research is focused on LiTiC (Localization, Tracking, multiagent Interacting and Collaboration)