Yingtong Dou

 

Ph.D. Student in Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago
Email: ydou5@uic.edu

 

 

Bio

I am a Ph.D. student in Big Data and Social Computing (BDSC) Lab of the University of Illinois at Chicago. My Supervisor is Prof. Philip S. Yu. Before joining UIC, I got my Bachelor’s Degree from the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications and the Queen Mary University of London. My research interests are social network analysis, recommender systems and data mining. I am interested in designing algorithms dealing with social problems in reality and applying social computing techniques in areas.  [View my CV]

 

News

2017-10-20 An article is published on IEEE Access.
2017-08-15 I start my Ph.D. at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
2017-06-29 I graduate from BUPT and QMUL and was awarded as the Beijing Excellent Graduate.
2017-04-03 I finally decide to join the BDSC Lab at the University of Illinois at Chicago under the supervision of Prof. Philip Yu.
2017-03-05 Join D-Lab in the Institute for Data Science of Tsinghua University as a research volunteer.
2016-09-28 A paper is accepted by the 2nd workshop of EMGIS in 2016 ACM SIGSPATIAL.
2016-08-26 Attend PyData 2016 at UIC.
2016-08-17  A paper is accepted by ICKEA 2016 for oral presentation.
2016-08-12  Fly to San Francisco attending SIGKDD 2016.
2016-07-15  Fly to Chicago for the summer intern in UIC Big Data and Social Computing Lab.
2016-07-05 A paper is accepted as a short paper by SKG 2016 for oral presentation.
2016-06-15 Attend ICDSC 2016 in Changsha.