I am a third year Ph.D. student in Prof. Jiawei Han's Data Mining Group, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to UIUC, I received my bachelor degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, under the supervision of Prof. Xinbing Wang, and I was a member of IEEE Honor Class.
My research focuses on mining faceted taxonomy from massive unstructured text corpora for constructing structured knowledge graph, on which actionable knowledge can be further uncovered to power intelligent services and applications. My works lay in the intersection of data mining, machine learning, information retrieval, and natural language processing.
Sept. 2018 - Two papers are submitted to AAAI 2019.
Aug. 2018 - Collaborated with Maryam Karimzadehgan and Donald Metzler, our work on Multi-Task Learning for Personal Search Ranking with Auxiliary Query Clustering has been accepted into CIKM 2018.
Jun. 2018 - I am honored to give a talk in about my research on Taxonomy Construction and Application.
May 2018 - My work on Task-guided Taxonomy Construction with User-provided Seed Supervision has been accepted into KDD 2018.
May 2018 - I have received the SIGIR 2018 Travel Award.
Apr. 2018 - Together with Yuning Mao, the work about End-to-end Taxonomy Induction using Reinforcement Learning has been accepted into ACL 2018.
Apr. 2018 - My work on Entity-set-aware Literature Search has been accepted into SIGIR 2018.
Area of Interests
My primary areas of interests in research include:
I have also worked on: