Shengqi Yang, PhD (cand), CS @ UC Santa Barbara
sqyang [at] cs.ucsb.edu
Rm 1410, Phelps Hall
UC Santa Barbara
CA 93106-5110 [
I am a 4th year Ph.D. student in the
Department of Computer Science
University of California, Santa Barbara
. I am currently working with Prof.
. My research interest lies in a broad area of
, with emphasis on managing and querying over large-scale heterogeneous graphs or unstructured data (see the figure below). I am also a member of the
Information Network Academic Research Center (INARC)
. Before came to UCSB, I obtained B.E. and M.S. in Computer Science from Beijing University of Posts and Telecoms. Find more details about me in my
Keyword and graph search on large-scale unstructured data (e.g., RDFs, Graphs, Text documents, etc).
Machine learning for ranking/relevance.
Distributed computation and data processing.
02/14: Demo "SLQ: A User-friendly Graph Querying System" accepted in SIGMOD 2014
01/14: Paper "Schemaless and Structureless Graph Querying" accepted in VLDB 2014
08/13: Paper "Summarizing Answer Graphs Induced by Keyword Queries" accepted in VLDB 2014
04/13: Paper "Ontology-based Subgraph Querying" won
Best Poster Award
in ICDE 2013
for "Ontology-based Subgraph Querying" (software & documents)