About Me

I am a 5th year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, working with Prof. Ambuj K. Singh and Prof. Xifeng Yan.

I am interested in big data mining and management in emerging areas. My recent research work focuses on mining and managing large-scale heterogeneous temporal graphs for real-life applications in cybersecurity, system performance analysis, online social networks, cloud data-centers, stream processing systems, mobile networks, and many others.

Before joining UCSB, I received Bachelor's degree and Master's degree from Computer Science at Nanjing University.

Here is my CV.

Note: I am in the academic job market of this year, and will search for tenure-track assistant faculty positions beginning in Fall 2015.

Bo Zong

News

2014/05/12 Our paper Towards Scalable Critical Alert Mining is accepted by KDD'14.                                                
2014/04/11 I will spend this summer at NEC Lab, Princeton, as a research intern.
2013/10/15 Our paper Cloud Service Placement via Subgraph Matching is accepted by ICDE'14.                                                

Selected Publications

(Publications marked with '*' order authors alphabetically.)
  1. Bo Zong, Yinghui Wu, Jie Song, Ambuj K. Singh, Hasan Cam, Jiawei Han, and Xifeng Yan, Towards Scalable Critical Alert Mining, KDD'14 (acceptance ratio 14.6%). [slides] [pdf]

  2. Bo Zong, Ramya Raghavendra, Mudhakar Srivatsa, Xifeng Yan, Ambuj K. Singh, and Kang-Won Lee, Cloud Service Placement via Subgraph Matching, ICDE'14 (acceptance ratio 20%). [slides] [pdf]

  3. Bo Zong, Yinghui Wu, Ambuj K. Singh, and Xifeng Yan, Inferring the Underlying Structure of Information Cascades, ICDM'12 (acceptance ratio 20%). [slides] [pdf]

  4. Shengqi Yang, Xifeng Yan, Bo Zong, and Arijit Khan, Towards Effective Partition Management for Large Graphs, SIGMOD'12 (acceptance ratio 17%). [pdf]

  5. Misael Mongiovi, Konstantinos Psounis, Ambuj K. Singh, Xifeng Yan, and Bo Zong, * Efficient Multicasting for Delay Tolerant Networks using Graph Indexing, INFOCOM'12 (acceptance ratio 18%). [pdf]

Contact Information

Bo Zong
Department of Computer Science
University of California, Santa Barbara,
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
bzong [at) cs dot ucsb dot edu

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