Dr. Li Bai

Dr. Li Bai is the Chair and Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Temple University. He is the Director of Computer Fusion Laboratory. He has extensive research experience and expertise in distributed software computing, wireless sensor networks, system and software integration using commercial-off-the-shelf products and computer network security. He published over 60 peer-reviewed international journals and conference papers in the related areas. He has been involved in several sponsored research projects using portable devices with 802.11 wireless communication protocols. In addition, he was a core organizer in the 8th International Conference on Information Fusion held in Philadelphia in July 2005.

Graduate Students

Animesh Bala

Animesh Bala Ani ( is a Master Student. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He is affiliated with Temple Racecar Project. His research interests include Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and Image Processing.

Danfeng Xie

Mr. Danfeng Xie is currently a PhD student working on medical image processing project. His research interests include deep learning, machine learning, computer vision, medical image analysis, robotics, and fault diagnosis.

Joseph Bruno

Joseph Bruno is a Master of Electrical Engineering Student and the newest member to the CFL team. He received his Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering at The College of New Jersey where his primary research was in Control Theory for Dynamic Analog Systems. His current project involves the investigation of UAV, UUV, and ASV implementations in both software and hardware for collaborative control for real time applications. His research interests include Control Theory, Collaborative Robotics, Multi-Agent Systems, and Deep Learning.

Yiran Li

Mr. Yiran Li is working on humanoid robot NAO project. His current research interest is deep learning.

Undergraduate Students

Michael Nghe

Mr. Michael Nghe is an undergraduate ECE student working on the Temple Racecar Project. His current interest lies in robotics, deep learning, augmented reality, and various other fields such as digital art and metalwork.