Gong, Min received her B.S. degree in 2006 and Ph.D degree in 2011 in microelectronics from Fudan University, Shanghai, China. She focused on the Electronic Design Automation (EDA), an integrated field involving microelectronics, manufactory flow, and software engineering. Some of her work has been published on the top conference and journal (e.g. ICCAD, TCAD). After graduation she joined IBM Research China and focused on ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) research. The experience on interdiscipline research gives her the capability of exploring new problem and solution among different subjects and science. In CRL, Her research interests include OD inference and passenger path finding (trip planning). The OD inference, which provides the traffic demand analysis with the boarding/alight count as the inputs, has been proposed and implemented in SuZhou Industry Park (SIP) pilot project 2011, ZhenJiang FOAK project 2012, and Nanjing Smart City IOC project 2012. This solution will be integrated into IBM software IOC platform from 2013. Min has worked on the passenger path finding (trip planning) by 2012. The initial solution is implemented in TOPS (Transit network & operation Optimization Planning Simulator), which is also proposed to clients in Zhenjiang FOAK project. The further work will focus on the multi-modal path finding and passenger behavior model.