- Bachelor Degree, Peking University, China, 2012
I am a Ph.D. student of SAND Lab, co-advised by Prof. Ben Zhao and Prof. Heather Zheng.I got my bachelor degree in Peking University, Beijing, China, 2012.
My research interests are centered on networking, data analysis, machine learning and social networks.
- 09 / 2012- 11 / 2012, Analyzing and Modeling Dynamics of Social Networks,SAND Lab, UCSB,
Analysis and modeling social network dynamics are key to accurately predicting resource needs and system behaviors. The presence of self-similar properties plays a critical role in determining how network dynamics can be modeled. We seek to better understand the role of self-similarity in social network edge creation, by analyzing time-based event traces of dynamics in a large social network. Based on our findings, we build a statistically sound and complete generative model of network edge dynamics, including both temporal and spatial components.
- 06 / 2013- 08 / 2013, M3: Machine-to-Machine Monitoring, Summer Internship, AT&T Labs Research
Machine-to-machine(M2M) refers to technology that allows devices to communicate directly with internet-based services without a human in the loop. With the development of m2m applications, security concerns have risen. Based on real traffic collected all over the US, we studied m2m traffic characteristics and focused on doing real-time anomaly alerting.
- 07/ 2010- 06 / 2012, Social Annotation Refinement and Index Support project, Data and Information Management Group, PKU
Worked on finding effective methods for social annotation refinement and index support. Played a leading role in problem definition, solution development, programming, experiments conduction and demo building. Produced my undergraduate thesis and a patent.
Micro-blog Provenance-based Model project
Worked on how to capture connections between micro-blog messages, refined the provenance-based indexing model and concept definition, produced paper in ICDE 2012.