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I am an assistant professor at the Univesity of Michigan School of Information. I received my PhD degree from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I got my Bachelor's degree from Peking University, China.
I have a broad interest in real world problems related to text information management. My research focuses on Information Retrieval and Text Mining, with applications in web, social media, scientific literature, bioinformatics, and health informatics. I also have a strong interest in Machine Learning, Data Mining, Natural Language Processing, and Social Networks. Click here to know more about my research.
Learning Representations of Large-scale Networks
as author at KDD 2017 Tutorials,
together with: Jian Tang,
Unexpected Relevance: An Empirical Study of Serendipity in Retweets
as author at Lightning Sessions,
DivRank: the Interplay of Prestige and Diversity in Information Networks
as author at Research Sessions,
Entropy of Search Logs: How Hard is Search? With Personalization? With Backoff?
as author at First ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining - WSDM 2008,
Automatic Labeling of Multinomial Topic Models
as author at Research Tracks,