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I am an assitant professor in the Computer Science Department at Rutgers University since 2019. I obtained my PhD from Tsinghua University and had my Postdoc training at MIT CSAIL. I regularly publish my research at major data management and database system conferences e.g., SIGMOD, PVLDB, and ICDE.

My research interests are data management, data science, and database systems, with a focus on developing novel algorithm and buiding practical systems to address data problems. My current research topics includes:

  • scalable data curation (textual data curation, structured data curation, and feature data curation)
  • data manipulation and wrangling at scale
  • data integration, data cleaning, and data discovery
  • scientific dataset management, data lake management, data warehouse management

What’s newThe Invisiable Failures (selected)

  • 2022-03: Our group had a paper about full-text near-duplicate detection accepted by SIGMOD 2022!
  • 2022-02: My student Chaoji had a paper about data wrangling accepted by SIGMOD 2022!
  • 2021-05: My student Chaoji Zuo is in the finalist of SIGMOD programming contest. The task this year is is an Entity Resolution problem. He used random forest (and more) and achieved >0.93 F1-score.
  • 2021-03: A paper got accepted by SIGMOD 2021.
  • 2020-10: A paper got accepted by PVLDB 2020.

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