Dr. Xiaohu Li

Education
 Ph.D. of Engineering and Applied Sciences (concentration on statistics), University of New Orleans, 2014.
 Doctor of Science (concentration on applied mathematics), Lanzhou University, 2000.
Research
 Applied probability, Mathematical statistics
 Dependence modelling, Stochastic orders
 Actuarial risk, Reliability, Cyber security
Experience
 Postdoctoral Research Associate (20052007): Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas, USA.
 Postdoctoral Research Associate (20032004): Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.
Professional Service
 Associate Editor (2016  ), Statistics and Probability Letters (Elsevier).
 Editorial Board (2017  ), AIMS Mathematics (AIMS Press).
 Editorial Board (2009  ), Operations Research Transactions (Shanghai University Press).
 Editorial Board (2009  ), Journal of Mathematical Study (Global Science).
 Cochair (2018), International Workshop on Risks in Insurance and Finance, Lanzhou, China.
 Program committee member (2017), IEEE International Workshop on Reliability Modelling and Optimization, Prague, Czech.
 Program committee member (2011), The 7th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, Beijing, China.
 Cochair (2011), International Workshop on Stochastic Orders in Reliability and Risk Management, Xiamen, China.
Honors & Awards
 New Century Excellent Talents in Universities Award (2005), Ministry of Education, China.
 Excellent Teaching Achievement Award (2004), Gansu Province, China.
 Excellent Young Teacher Award (1999), Lanzhou University, China.
Appointments
 Teaching Associate Professor (2014  present), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Stevens Institute of Technology.
 Distinguished Visiting Professor (2009  2011), School of Mathematical Sciences, Xiamen University, China.
 Professor (2004  2009), School of Mathematics and Statistics, Lanzhou University, China.
 Associate/Assistant Professor (2001 2004), Department of Mathematics, Lanzhou University, China.
Selected Publications
Journals
 G Xing, X Li, S Yang. (2020). "Secondorder asymptotics of tail distortion risk measure for portfolio loss in the multivariate regularly varying model", Communications in Statistics  Simulation and Computation, 49 (2), 491503.
 J Wu, M Wang, X Li. (2020). "Convex transform order of the maximum of independent Weibull random variables ", Statistics & Probability Letters , 156， 108597.
 C Li, X Li. (2019). "Preservation of WSAI under default transforms and its application in allocating assets with dependent realizable returns", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 86, 8491.
 C Li, X Li. (2019). "Stochastic comparisons of parallel and series systems of dependent components equipped with starting devices", Communications in Statistics  Theory and Methods, 48 (3), 694708.
 E AminiSeresht, Y Zhang, X Li. (2019). "On asset allocation for a threshold model with dependent returns", European Actuarial Journal, 9 (2), 559574.
 EM Ortega, X Li. (2019). "Analytical results for IGFR and DRPFR distributions, with actuarial applications ", Communications in Statistics  Theory and Methods , 48 (2), 178202.
 C Li, X Li. (2019). "Hazard rate and reversed hazard rate orders on extremes of heterogeneous and dependent random variables", Statistics & Probability Letters, 146, 104111.
 G Xing, S Yang, X Li. (2019). "Uniformly strong consistency and BerryEsseen bound of frequency polygons for αmixing samples", Communications in Statistics  Simulation and Computation, 48 (2), 416430.
 SC Li, X Li et al.. (2018). "New features for measuring disease activity in pediatric localized scleroderma", The Journal of Rheumatology, 45 (12), 16801688.
 C Li, X Li. (2018). "Preservation of increasing convex/concave order under the formation of parallel/series system of dependent components", Metrika, 81 (4), 445464.
 Y Zhang, X Li, KC Cheung. (2018). "On heterogeneity in the individual model with both dependent claim occurrences and severity", ASTIN Bulletin, 48 (2), 817839.
 X Li, R Fang. (2018). "Stochastic properties of two general versions of the residual lifetime at random times", Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, 34 (4), 528543.
 R Fang, X Li. (2018). "On active redundancy allocation for coherent systems  from the viewpoint of minimal cut decomposition", Operations Research Letters, 46 (2), 233239.
 R Fang, C Li, X Li. (2018). "Ordering results on extremes of scaled random variables with dependence and proportional hazards", Statistics, 52 (2), 458478.
 R Fang, X Li. (2017). "On matched active redundancy allocation for coherent systems with statistically dependent component lifetimes", Naval Research Logistics, 64 (7), 580598.
 Y You, X Li. (2017). "Most unfavorable deductibles and coverage limits for multiple random risks with Archimedean copulas", Annals of Operations Research, 259 (1), 485501.
 C Li, X Li. (2017). "Preservation of weak stochastic arrangement increasing under fixed time leftcensoring", Statistics and Probability Letters, 129, 4249.
 R Fang, X Li. (2017). "Nonparametric tests for strictly increasing virtual valuations", Journal of Applied Statistics, 44, 11221136.
 C Li, X Li. (2017). "Ordering optimal deductible allocations for stochastic arrangement increasing risks", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 73, 3140.
 X Pan, X Li. (2017). "Increasing convex order on generalized aggregation of SAI random variables with applications", Journal of Applied Probability, 54 (3), 685700.
 C Li, X Li. (2016). "Sufficient conditions for ordering aggregate heterogeneous random claim amounts", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 70, 406413.
 R Fang, X Li. (2016). "On allocating one active redundancy to coherent systems with dependent and heterogeneous components' lifetimes", Naval Research Logistics, 63, 335345.
 Y You, R Fang, X Li. (2016). "Allocating active redundancies to koutofn reliability systems with permutation monotone component lifetimes", Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, 32, 607620.
 X Li and C Li. (2016). "On allocations to portfolios of assets with statistically dependent potential risk returns", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 68, 178186.
 Y You, X Li. (2016). "Ordering scalar products with applications in financial engineering and actuarial science", Journal of Applied Probability, 53 (1), 4756.
 R Fang, C Li, X Li. (2016). "Stochastic comparisons on sample extremes of dependent and heterogenous observations", Statistics, 50 (4), 930955.
 R Fang, X Li. (2015). "Advertising a secondprice auction", Journal of Mathematical Economics, 61, 246252.
 X Li, R Fang. (2015). "Ordering properties of order statistics from random variables of Archimedean copulas with applications", Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 133 (1), 304320.
 Y You, X Li. (2015). "Functional characterizations of bivariate weak SAI with an application", Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 64, 225231.
 X Li, Y You. (2015). "Permutation monotone functions of random vectors with applications in financial and actuarial risk management", Advances in Applied Probability, 47 (1), 270291.
Book Chapters
 P Zhao, X Li. (2013). "Sample range of two heterogeneous exponential variables", Stochastic Orders in Reliability and Risk  In honor of Moshe Shaked, H Li and X Li.
 X Li, F Pellerey, Y You. (2013). "On used systems and systems with used components", Stochastic Orders in Reliability and Risk  In honor of Moshe Shaked, H Li and X Li, Springer.
 X Li, W Ding. (2013). "On allocation of active redundancies to systems: a brief review", Stochastic Orders in Reliability and Risk  In honor of Moshe Shaked, H Li and X Li, Springer.
 X Li, M Shaked. (2007). "Stochastic orders based on total time on test transform", Advances in Statistical Modeling and Inference: Essays in Honor of Kjell Doksum, V Nair, World Scientific.
Books
 H Li, X Li (eds). (2013). Stochastic Orders in Reliability and Risk, Springer, New York.
 Z Li, X. Li. (1999). A Course of Exercises in Mathematical Statistics, Lanzhou University Press (in Chinese).
Courses
 MA 331 Intermediate Statistics
 MA 540 Introduction to Probability Theory
 MA 612 Mathematical Statistics
 MA 623 Stochastic Processes