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Xinyu Liu - An Internet Approach in Product Development

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8/31/2017 at 3:30PM

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8/31/2017 at 4:45PM

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140 DeBartolo

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Xiaobo Hu

Xiaobo Hu

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Phone: 574-631-6015
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~shu/
Office: 323A Cushing
Dr. Hu's research spans several areas including hardware-software codesign, real-time embedded systems, low-power system design, and computer-aided treatment planning. An underlying characteristic common to these topics is the employment of algorithm design and analysis techniques to solve ...
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Xiaomi is founded at 2010, it is well-known in China today as biggest mobile and IOT smart devices provider with a 200 milions of users' community. It took 3 years for Xiaomi to achieve selling of 61 millions mobiles and GMV of 74 billions rmb from zero. It's ranked as #2 of "50 Smartest Companies 2015" by MIT Technology Review, #35 of "The most innovative companies 2016" by The Boston Consulting Group and #13 of "The most innovative companies 2017" by The Fast Company. In this short talk, I will share our practice in the early stage of being a start-up company about how we engage user, how we innovate in product and how we innovate in engineering process.

Seminar Speaker:

Xinyu Liu

Xinyu Liu

Xinyu Liu,  VP of Ecosystem in Xiaomi (Xiaomi company is well known as biggest mobile phone provider and IoT device provider in China).  2010, Xinyu followed CEO Jun Lei, founded this company, he first worked on mobile os for 4 years then moved on to IoT product incubation and investment untill today. Before working in Xiaomi, Xinyu worked on Exchange Server development in Microsoft since 2003. He received his master's degree in computer science at Beijing Institute of Technology and master's degree in business administration at Peking university. 
Now he is a visiting professor of EE department at Notre Dame for one and half years (his office is in 257W Fitzpatrick Hall). He is interested in IoT and AI technology as well as knowledge about Electronics/Appliances market in US. 
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