I graduated with Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at June 2006 and am working for Live Search of Microsoft now. My advisor is Prof. Torsten Suel and I was working in the Web
Exploration and Search Technology Lab of Computer and Information Science Department of Polytechnic University at Brooklyn, New York. My dissertation work was focused on high performance index architecture and
optimized query processing on large scale web search engines. I am also interested
in machine learning and data mining. I received my master degree and bachelor degree in Computer Science from Department
of Computer Science and Technology of Nanjing
I can be reached at [my first name] dot [my last name] at microsoft.com.
- Performance of Compressed Inverted List Caching in Search Engines. with J. Zhang and T. Suel. 17th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW), April 2008. [PDF]
- Three-Level Caching for Efficient Query Processing in Large Web Search Engines. with T. Suel. World Wide Web, 9(4), p369-395, December 2006.
- Design and Implementation of a Geographic
Search Engine. with A. Markowetz, Y.
Chen, T. Suel and B. Seeger.
Workshop on the Web and Databases (WebDB), June 2005. [PDF], Technical Report.
- Three-Level Caching for Efficient Query Processing in Large Web Search Engines. with T. Suel. 14th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW),
May 2005. [PDF] (Best Paper Award)
- Optimized Query Execution in Large Search Engines with Global Page Ordering.
with T. Suel.
29th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB), September
- ODISSEA: A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Scalable Web Search and Information Retrieval. with T. Suel, C. Mathur, J. Wu, J. Zhang, A. Delis, M. Kharrazi
and K. Shanmugasunderam.
6th International Workshop on the Web and Databases (WebDB), June 2003. [PDF],
Technical Report. [PDF],
WWW 2003 Poster Version.
Searching the Web from here and your feedback are welcomed!
For CS308 (Database Systems) Fall 2004, course project page.
For CS912 (Web Protocols and Web Search Engines) Fall 2003, here are the lecture notes for indexing.
Last update at
04/05/2008 19:29:20 -0400