A brief introduction to several research projects in data mining and text analytics

Date: 
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 - 16:30
Location: 
TH 331
Presenter: 
Asst. Professor Hui Yang (SFSU)
Abstract: 
In this talk, she will go over a few research projects in the general areas of data mining and text analytics. Some of these projects are ongoing at SFSU, and some are newly initiated with either industrial or academic leaders and expected to take place right away. For each project, she will identify a few tasks that request your immediate participation. She will also discuss the key qualifications that a potential student researcher is expected to meet.
Bio: 

Hui Yang joined the computer science department at SFSU in the Fall of 2006. She earned her Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in the same year with a specialized focus in spatio-temporal data mining for scientific applications. In the past few years at SFSU, she has initiated and developed several research projects in the areas of data mining and text analytics. She has been closely working with student researchers and has frequently co-published with her students at international conferences and journals.